Apple held its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference at San Jose on Monday. It showed off its most recent MacOS build. Let's look at the Mac Pro again.
Microsoft saved Minecraft Earth's AR gameplay reveal to Apple. Despite operating under the umbrella of Microsoft's business the team behind the global phenomenon Minecraft decided to announce the release of the AR version of the game during WWDC. It looks like Pokemon Go will be in an up-and-down battle when Minecraft Earth launches later in the summer.
MacOS Catalina is Apple's next desktop operating system Catalina isn't just for wine mixers anymore. The Southern California island has been selected to serve as namesake for the next version of Apple's macOS (10.15). In it, we'll see the dissolution of iTunes into its various components, including podcast, music and TV elements, huzzah.
Apple built a 32-inch 6K Retina display for the Mac Pro So, let me clarify, for roughly the price of a used, mid-sized sedan ($12,000), Apple will offer you a 6K Retina display and the Mac Pro to run it on and -- this can't be correct, but it is a thousand-dollar monitor stand. Apple is truly the personal computer maker for the average person.
iOS 13 is focused on speed and embraces the darkness Apple's new mobile operating system has received an upgrade. Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, said that the next iOS will have 30 percent faster facial recognition for unlocking. It will also take less time to download updates and take just 40 percent of the space of its predecessors.
Apple finally reveals the new Mac Pro Is there anything the new Mac Pro can't do? It can support up to 28 cores, 1.5 terabytes of RAM, can handle two Radeon Pro Vega II GPUs, and even has a headphone port. It can also be used to grate blocks of parmesan.
Apple's iPad gets its own OS. All Apple's mobile devices as well as desktop and fitness wearables have their own OS versions. The iPad comes with one of its own. iPadOS will allow users to run multiple instances of the same application and will offer upgraded Swipe Over and Split Screen functionality, and even a sleek dark mode. While the dev version is available for iPadOS however, the release for the public will not be available until later in the autumn.