By default the clock that we see on the Mac devices (iMac, MacBooks, or Mac Mini running macOS) is a digital one, if you are wondering is it possible to have an analog clock then yes! it is possible. Let's see how we can do that!
- Click on the Apple Logo on the Menu Bar,
- Now select System Preferences...
- Now scroll down in the Menu options and look for Clock,
- Under Time Option: Select Analog check box,
- Now you should see that the time is displayed as an Analog clock with Hour and Minutes hands (there is no seconds clock as of macOS Big Sur).
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