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All the Apple News You Might Have Missed from WWDC 2019
Apple made waves yet again this week by announcing plenty of upgrades, new products and software updates at WWDC 2019. The annual conference held in San Jose, CA has become a mid-year fix for Apple zealots between their two annual keynotes. And once again, Apple did not disappoint. From the best iOS 13 features you need to know about to Dark Mode to the new Pro Display XDR, we have everything you need to know from Apple at WWDC 2019 rounded up below.
The new feature of macOS Catalina will turn any iPad running iPadOS 13 into an instant second monitor for extra screen space.
The death of iTunes should leave your library intact, but it's a better time than ever for a backup. Here's how to do it.
"Sign In with Apple" and other privacy features in iOS 13 are giving you the power to decide who gets your data and who doesn't.
Apple is making big changes to the way we use iPads.
The Pro Display XDR is Apple's new standalone monitor. It's beautiful, innovative and capable of achieving a similar picture quality as today's OLED TVs.
And what iOS apps will Dark mode work with? And will it work with iPad?
The Mac Pro starts at $5,999 with an 8-core Xeon processor, 32GB of memory, an AMD WX 7100 graphics card and a 256GB SSD. The Pro Display XDR starts at $4,999.