Apple's announcement Monday follows pressure from activist shareholders to take the lead in developing controls to help parents limit iPhone use by teens and children.
"As usual, the spoilers came from within", Troughton-Smith tweeted.
What are the biggest new macOS Mojave features?
Just as the leaks suggested, Apple has finally introduced a native, system-wide Dark Mode in Mojave. But this year, don't expect news about new gadgets.
Apple says it's not merging iOS and MacOS, but it is bringing more ideas from its mobile operating system into the desktop.
As a successor to macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.14 Mojave has tonnes of new changes.
Some key iOS apps - News, Home and more - are coming to macOS through a redesigned app store.
With iOS 12, which will be available for developers to start working on from today, Apple claims it is pushing for performance like never before. The company has also unveiled new upgrades to its Photos app, including advanced searching and tagging and a new section called For You which creates collections and featured photos.
There's also something called app limits that will let you set restrictions for how long you can use certain apps-note: you'll be able to bypass any restrictions you set, but maybe the sad alert screen will help dissuade you from wasting more time on Instagram.
After riding High with macOS High Sierra, Apple announced the next gen macOS Mojave. System menus and default apps like Finder, Xcode, Calendar, and Mail look great, with an updated neon colored theme for improved readability and contrast. Apple's adding a "walkie talkie" feature that lets you, well, use your Apple Watch to chat with friends like a walkie talkie (provided you have a Wi-Fi or cellular connection, that is). The new Stacks feature organizes messy desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups.
FaceTime will be able to host 32 video tiles at once, with the tiles expanding and shrinking depending on who's talking. Apple is also offering tools to give multiple users a different view of the same digital objects viewed from different angles.