Published May 24th, 2024 8:20AM EDT

Apple Studio Display Main macOS 15 guide

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WWDC 2024 is just around the corner. While macOS Sonoma was quite a disappointing update, it seems Apple will give macOS 15 a major overhaul. Not only is Cupertino reportedly preparing an AI-first approach to this operating system, but a design change is coming for System Settings in addition to several UI tweaks.

People familiar with the matter told AppleInsider that Apple is once again rearranging the System Settings app. After a major revamp with macOS Ventura, which gave this crucial macOS app a more iOS-themed version, Apple is now considering tweaking a few things here and there.


The publication teases some of the changes, including:

  • General settings will be right underneath network settings
  • Notifications and Sound settings will be moved lower in the System Settings list
  • Wallpaper and display-related settings will be hidden in General Settings, Accessibility Settings, and others
  • Privacy & Security will be better highlighted and moved closers with Touch ID, Users & Groups, and Lock Screen

AppleInsider reports that the Menu Bar icon will also get a new monochromatic Siri icon. The personal assistant will be able to use the internet “to gather relevant search results and information.” We’ll have to see how much of a ChatGPT-like assistant Siri will be.

The publication also corroborates Apple ID will shift to the Apple Account brand. New animations and redesigned UI elements are expected across the system. macOS 15 could also include:


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