The developer states that he has noticed the 30-second clip embedded within an API of the Mac App Store. He gave a direct link to the video, installed below.
The video begins with Apple’s servers and is for its personal Xcode development device, everything presented is quite real.
- It has a new dark interface, whereas the Trash icon in the dock is further darker. And it is advising that macOS 10.14 may highlight a systemwide dark mode. On macOS 10.13 there is a biased dark mode but it is just for the dock and top menu bar.
- There has an Apple News icon in the dock which is hinting that it may expand to the Mac with a desktop app.
- The desktop environment possibly is a picture of the Mojave Desert in California through the night, suggesting at a macOS Mojave sign for the succeeding version. MacRumors lately saw that Mojave can be Apple’s top selection based on the company’s new brand activity.
The video alone is enough to possibly confirm the news that the Mac App Store will be redesigned on macOS 10.14. It will more nearly match the App Store on iOS 11 and be extending the preview videos like this one for apps.
The news arrives only two days before Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. It is where the company is supposed to preview macOS 10.14 beside iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. WWDC inaugurates with a keynote on Monday at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.