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Apple unveiled all sorts of things at its global developer conference
Let's describe some of the coolest things that Apple has announced today:
Apple WatchOS: More watch dials, the ability to stream audio on your watch and download apps directly, tracking activity trends and cycle tracking for women.
iOS 13: New phone operating system, faster, with dark mode, reminders and redesigned cards, as well as a new option "Connect with Apple" that does not share your personal data, as if you connect with Facebook or Google . You can choose which data to share and if you want to hide your email, Apple will create a random address that will be sent to you so that you can receive information without giving your email address.
AirPods: Siri will now read your messages as soon as they arrive (even from third-party applications) and you will be able to respond instantly with your voice. In addition, you can now share a song with someone by simply typing on your phone while wearing AirPods.
iPadOS: The iPad now has its own operating system, which allows the simultaneous display of multiple applications on the screen, easy highlighting, three-finger swipes to copy, and paste and cancel and the ability to directly connect USB flash drives and SD cards.
Mac Pro: Apple raised the curtain on the new Mac Pro, the the most powerful Mac ever created. It has 1.5 terabytes of memory, a 6K screen (and you can connect up to six of those) and a 28-core Intel Xeon processor. Basically: You could do 8K Avatar at home on this beast
MacOS: MacOS Catalina is here, and although it said goodbye to iTunesHi, 4K HDR playback on Mac, the option of using your iPad as a second screen (even wireless!), Controlling applications with your voice and indexing podcasts so you can search for what people have said in an episode.
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