Everything Apple announced from its WWDC 2019 keynote
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At the company's annual WWDC event in San Jose Apple announced the dizzying amount of information about software and hardware across this line of products.
The Apple Watch is getting a software update bringing with it a watchOS store directly accessible from the watch itself.
As far as the iPad is concerned Apple is rebranding the software on it, now called iPad OS.
It bring a new home screen, multitasking functionality and much more.
iOS 13 will hit iPhones and bring a long awaited dark mode, new ways to browse videos and photos and feature a new version of Apple maps.
Sign in with Apple also comes with iOS 13 which is a new and private way to sing in to apps and websites.
And finally, Apple also debuted a brand new Mac Pro, the first update to the high-end professional desktop in many years.
It's completely redesigned from the ground up.
And capable of extremely high-end performance.
Along with the pro also comes the pro display XDR a monitor Apple says goes beyond traditional HDR with a 32 inch six K display.
The pro will start at $6000 and the display at $5000, both available this fall
There's so much more to discover from Apple's WWDC keynote, so stay tuned to CNET for all the latest.
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