Apple has released its major software updates for this fall – iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave — to customers. Here's what you can expect from Apple's latest major software releases.

iOS 12

iOS 12 is full of changes. There are new controls for managing our time on our devices, and updates for ARKit that will allow for more immersive augmented reality experiences. Siri Shortcuts offers a more personalized experience for Siri, and Notifications can now be grouped by both app and type. Here's what's coming later this year!

macOS Mojave (10.14)

If you're instead looking to the software coming this fall, you're going to be peering into the darkness of macOS Mojave. macOS Mojave is Apple's newest version of the desktop and laptop operating system for Mac computers. This year's update has lots of big features, including a systemwide dark mode, Mac App Store redesign, and better Privacy and Security options. Below are more details about everything new coming in macOS Mojave.

watchOS 5

The Apple Watch is getting a big upgrade with the newest version of its operating system, watchOS 5. You'll get to challenge your friends to Activity contests, enjoy more control over your runs, chat with friends over Walkie-Talkie, tune into Podcasts, use Siri Shortcuts, and more.

tvOS 12

Looking to the Fall, we'll see a couple of new updates for tvOS, though not a ton of extra content. The biggest thing coming might well be audible (if you have the right kind of TV): Apple is introducing Dolby Atmos support. Read more about Atmos and tvOS 12's other upcoming features below.

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Updated September 2018 Added the latest information on Apple's latest software releases.

Apple's Latest Software Updates