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Apple Unveils Powerful, All-new Mac Pro and groundbreaking Pro Display XDR


Apple today introduced the all-new Mac Pro, a completely redesigned, breakthrough workstation for pros, and unveiled Pro Display XDR.

Apple today previewed iOS 13, introducing Dark Mode for iPhone, new ways to browse and edit photos, sign in to apps and websites and an all-new map.

Apple previewed macOS Catalina, the latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, packed with new features, apps and more.

Apple today previewed watchOS 6, which empowers Apple Watch users to better manage their health and fitness.

Apple today previewed iPadOS, the new operating system built on the same foundation as iOS to deliver a distinct experience on iPad.


The iPhone maker acted as tech giants faced more scrutiny over what critics argue is anticompetitive behavior.

Apple today announced Sign In With Apple at WWDC, allowing users to log in to apps and services using your Apple ID in a highly secure manner.


Apple didn’t over-engineer the most important parts of the $5,999 Mac Pro. It can be expanded, tweaked, and powered up to an unbelievable degree. Here are our hands-on impressions.

Today during the WWDC keynote, where Apple unveiled the next major version of its mobile software platform, iOS 13, the company also had a big surprise to share: iOS is now exclusive to the iPhone and has given birth to a new, dedicated operating system for the iPad, named iPadOS.

Apple’s “spaceship” headquarters are in one of the few Silicon Valley buildings that use seismic technology to protect against earthquake damage.

Apple says an elaborate rotating key scheme will soon let you track down your stolen laptop, but not let anyone track you. Not even Apple.


Apple Inc will ask developers to position a new “Sign on with Apple” button in iPhone and iPad apps above rival buttons from Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc, according to design guidelines released this week.

Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theater in San Jose on Tuesday 4 June 2019, John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss the news from WWDC 2019.


Federico is attending WWDC this week, and Apple graciously offered to schedule a time for him to interview Craig Federighi, the company’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering. With a WWDC packed with announcements that will affect app development for years to come, we of course agreed immediately.