As you have seen how beautifully you can create your own desktop by enabling dark mode and accent colors. Likewise, macOS Mojave also brings dynamic mode in your mac. The all-new feature allows your desktop to adjust dynamically regarding color tones and brightness the wallpaper and it varies depending upon daylight. Quickly turn on Time Shifting Dynamic Desktop Wallpaper on your Mac, iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook Pro/ Air.
If you want to use dynamic mode for your Mac or MacBook, then follow these steps and take advantage of another stunning feature of Mojave.
We can set only 1 wallpaper for Dynamic wallpaper. Hope apple will give a custom option for Download and add new Dynamic Display wallpaper.
“Enable Location Services for Dynamic Desktop to Display Based on your location” – Why Your Desktop mood is not changing for your location? Here’s the reason. why Dynamic Desktop Not Working on Mac.
Follow the Steps for Add or Setup Dynamic Desktop mode on MacOS Mojave
Step 1: Open Mac “System Preference”.
Step 2: Tap “Desktop & Screen Savers”.
Step 3: On the left side you will see “Apple”, click on it to drag down.
Step 4: Now select “Desktop Pictures”. > First is “Dynamic Wallpaper“.
Here’s “first one is only Dynamic” Wallpaper.
Step 5: On the right side a big “list of dynamic screen savers” are available.
Step 6: You can “select one from them”.
When you enable and set up a dynamic display mode, then you need to enable location services, and then you can only use dynamic display. This feature will truly enhance your display and for sure you will going to love it.
Dark Mode in MacOS Mojave along with This Dynamic desktop works amazingly.
Apart from this inbuilt dynamic wallpapers, just think how amazing it will be to create your own wallpaper and use for dynamic display. Hope so, this function Apple must introduce in an upcoming update.
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