Everything You Need To Know From Apple’s WWDC Keynote

Apple’s keynote address came from the San Jose Convention Center this year to share new updates to existing tech and products at their annual World Wide Developer’s Conference, or WWDC.

“We moved all of our software platforms forward,” said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, before announcing that all platforms are available in beta versions today.

Here’s what you need to know.

A New Mac Pro

A new, long-awaited Mac Pro is available for those who can afford the hefty $6,000 price tag. It features an interesting looking tower (read: it looks like a giant cheese grater) and a 32-inch LCD display with 1.5 terabytes of memory (that’s a lot).

Alongside this new chromed-out tower is a display that’s equally impressive. Called the Pro Display XDR, this display comes with 1000 nits of brightness and comes with 6K HDR resolution. It’s more display than any one really needs, which means a lot of people will probably buy one at the eye-popping price of $5,000.

What’s New in iOS 13?

Apple also says that apps will be available for download at faster speeds and smaller sizes to optimize space on your phone and save you time. Face ID has been updated to unlock your phone up to 30 percent faster, too.

iOS 13 is available on the 7th gen iPod touch, iPhone SE, and all versions of the iPhone from the 6s Plus, which came out in 2015, and up.

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