From today, the daily builds of the upcoming Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish will come with Yaru theme by default.
We have got already details some details for the upcoming Ubuntu theme. Yaru has been internally developed by several members of the Ubuntu Linux community.
Below you can see some screeshots. The new theme seems to be a pretty professional job from the members of the Ubuntu community.
The upcoming Ubuntu Cosmic Cuttlefish appears to be slowly but steadily disconnected from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). So we expect a very beautiful version with new features and of course a new kernel.
The upcoming version of Ubuntu Cosmic Cuttlefish is expected to be released on October 18 2018, and Canonical developers have prepared a whole bunch of improvements.
Friends of the distribution (I personally avoid any Ubunto) will get the ability to unlock the desktop with a fingerprint reader, integrate into Android with the KDE Connect Android application via GS Connect, as well as a completely new installer.
Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish) is said to improve power consumption on laptops, and will come with enhanced media sharing capabilities, better compatibility with DLNA devices, and making it easier to create SMBs (Samba).
Ubuntu 18.10 will release the first beta on September 27, 2018. Until then, those of you who want to try Ubuntu 18.10, should download the last daily build of the distribution.