New code has been recently discovered. Suggesting that macOS will get some sort of dark mode in version 10.14 – which is to be released later this year – the dark-mode is reported to be system-wide. The code was discovered in WebKit’s source code and was added in March. WebKit is the engine behind Safari on iOS and macOS and is open to everyone (a.k.a. Prying Eyes).
WebKit Code, suggesting Dark-Mode:
Dark-Mode is technically available, however, its limited to apps only and developers have to add the code to their app on their accord. It’s important to remember that there is currently no references to a Dark-Mode in macOS, however, an API may be or may have been developed.
We will have to wait until June 4th, to see the macOS 10.14 announced and also the first beta of the new software – potentially including the Dark-Mode. Appleosophy is pleased to announce that we’ll be bringing you exclusive coverage from the ground in San Jose, during WWDC18.