iPadOS

Apple today at it’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 made some big announcements including new iPadOS for iPads, iOS 13 with introducing the Dark Mode, new versions of macOS, watchOS 6, tvOS and the all-new Mac Pro. Most specifically, the Apple WWDC 2019 event was focused on software developers and that’s why it didn’t get any major hardware announcements.

New iPadOS

Now, we would like to start with the all-new iPadOS for the Apple iPads. Apple today announced the all-new dedicated operating system for the iPad called iPadOS. This would be a big move by Apple to Separate iPad from iPhone. The new iPadOS is said to offer new features that will specifically bring new enhancements to the iPad.

The new iPadOS features a new home screen and multitasking features for the iPad. The new iPadOS brings more space for your favorite apps to keep them on the home screen of your iPad. This also brings new ability to work with multiple files and documents from the same app simultaneously with updates to Split View, or quickly view and switch between multiple apps in Slide Over.

iPadOS will also get a new three-pinch gesture for copy and pasting. In addition, the new iPadOS will also get some iOS 13 features like Dark Mode, custom fonts, Sign in with Apple and general performance improvements.

iOS 13

iOS 13 was another major announcement at Apple’s WWDC 2019 event. Apple announced all new iOS 13 operating system for iPhones. The biggest highlight of the iOS 13 is, of course, the inclusion of the Dark Mode. iOS 13 is also said to bring updates to Photos, Maps, Messages, and more. As well as new features to help you manage your privacy and security. You can find the full detailed feature list of the iOS 13 here. iOS 13 will be available this fall.

New Versions of macOS, watchOS 6 and tvOS

Apple at its WWDC 2019 event also announced the new version of macOS, watchOS 6, tvOS. The new watchOS 6 update brings new watch faces, Enhanced Siri, App Store, new Activity Trends and more.

New Mac Pro

At the WWDC 2019 event, Apple also announced the all-new Mac Pro for professional content creators. The new Mac Pro features a whole new design with an all aluminum frame body. The new Mac Pro is said to feature up to 28 cores of power featuring Intel Xeon processor. It also features large L2 and shared L3 caches and 64 PCI Express lanes provide massive bandwidth in and out of the processor as well as Eight PCI Express expansion slots.

It features four Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports, and two 10Gb Ethernet ports. The new Mac Pro also comes with Apple’s T2 Security Chip with 256GB SSD storage which can be expanded up to 1TB, 2TB, or 4TB SSD. Taking power one huge step further, the new Mac┬áPro supports configuration of two Radeon Pro Vega II Duo MPX Modules.

You can check out more details on everything Apple announced at its WWDC 2019 event here.