Apple WWDC 2019 All Important Keynotes | CoolTechBiz

Apple WWDC 2019 All Important Keynotes

June 3, 2019, Apple Special Event was held at San Jose Convention Center. In that event, Apple has launched its new OS13 for iPhone with the dramatic dark mode. New mac pro had been launched with the 6K pro display XDR and many more.

macOS Catalina

Coming this fall

mac OS

macOS Catalina brings all favorite Screen Time features to Mac, giving you greater insight into how the user’s spending time. Monitor usage, scheduled downtime, and set limits for both apps and websites across all devices. And with Family Sharing, can set app and communication limits for kids to help them focus on the right things. With macOS Catalina, there are enhanced security features to better protect macOS against tampering, help ensure that the apps use are safe, and give greater control over access to data. And it’s even easier to find your Mac if it’s lost or stolen. Double-click the side button of the Apple Watch to authenticate on Mac. macOS Catalina includes new features to help everyone get the most out of Mac. Voice Control lets users who don’t use traditional input devices control Mac, iPadOS, and iOS devices entirely with their voice.

Compatible devices :

  • MacBook (2015 and later)

  • MacBook Air (2012 and later)

  • MacBook Pro (2012 and later)

  • Mac mini (2012 and later)

  • iMac (2012 and later)

  • iMac Pro (2017 and later)


mac pro

The new Mac Pro starts at $5,999 for the 8-core model with 32 GB of RAM and a 256-GB solid-state drive. That can be configured up to a 28-core model with 1.5 terabytes of RAM. A new Pro Display XDR monitor a new Apple product as well to go along with your workstation will set you back another $4,999 for the base model, bringing the cost of a full setup to $11,000. And that’s just the entry-level configuration.

The new Mac Pro is all about processing power and graphics. It can handle as many as four AMD Radeon Pro Vega II graphics cards, which will net you enough power to play three simultaneous streams of 8K video a feat Apple showed off

A user-upgradable Mac with up to eight PCI Express expansion slots twice as many slots as on the last Mac Pro 2013. Mac Pro has attachable wheels and is designed to work as a rack-mounted system as well.

Apple is also touting a new hardware acceleration card it calls Afterburner. It’s the magic behind the Mac Pro’s ability to handle those three simultaneous streams of 8K ProRes RAW footage, which is what you get from RED and similar high-end cameras used for professional filmmaking. With the graphics card handling the video playback, and use all those primary CPU cores to handle creative effects and other processing tasks.

Pro Display XDR

Coming this fall

Apple Pro Display XDR, the world’s best pro display. The first 32-inch Retina 6K display ever. Up to 1600 nits of brightness. An astonishing 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and superwide viewing angle. With breakthrough backlighting technology, Pro Display XDR takes brightness, contrast, and color to a new level, far beyond HDR, it’s Extreme Dynamic Range (XDR). Pro Display XDR produces an industry-leading 1000 nits of full-screen sustained brightness and 1600 nits at its peak. XDR always gives you the truest representation of your work. A P3 wide color gamut provides a color palette capable of creating the most vibrant imagery.

With true 10-bit color, Pro Display XDR can produce more than a billion colors with extreme accuracy.  The nano-texture on Pro Display XDR screen with beautiful image quality that maintains contrast while scattering light to reduce glare to the barest minimum. With a Retina 6K display, Pro Display XDR gives you nearly 40 percent more screen real estate than a 5K display.

ios 13

Coming this fall

ios 13

With a new Dark Mode Experience a dramatic new look. Explore fun and functional updates to Photos, Maps, Messages, and more. As well as new features help to manage your privacy and security.ios13 introduces a whole new look on a whole new level. Major updates to the apps that use every day and new ways to protect privacy. Dark Mode’s thoughtfully designed to make every element on the screen easier on the eyes and is seamlessly integrated throughout the system. And it’s simple to turn on from Control Center or set to automatically turn on at night.


Coming this fall

ipad OS

After a long time of waiting finally Apple release the ipadOS with the dark mode. It is built on the same foundation as iOS with powerful apps designed for a large Multi‑Touch display. Multitasking made simple with intuitive gestures and the ability to drag and drop a file with a fingertip is more magical. Slide Over and Split View now can take user’s workflows to another level by letting users work exactly how users want in even more intuitive ways. The Home screen has been redesigned to take advantage of the large iPad display. Now, iPadOS makes easier and faster to select and edit the text using just your fingers. With iPadOS, there are more ways to use both the onscreen keyboard and physical keyboard however you want.  iPadOS gives users powerful new ways to view, work on, and share files.

watchOS 6

Coming this fall

Apple event

New complications give users instant access to more of the apps and features as users want, right where they want them. A single tap to record a voice memo or dive right back into the audiobook. Users can see current decibel levels, cellular strength, or chance of rain in the watch. The Taptic Engine inside the watch can silently tap out the hour on the wrist. Users can set a chime to ring in the new hour. And when hold two fingers on the watch face, it will tell the time out loud.

Siri will help to search a topic and then scroll through the web pages for the top results on the watch face. A new App store just for the watch where users can Shop tens of thousands of apps and download directly to the wrist. Calculator, Voice Memos, and redesigned Reminders has been added. Gaining insight into the user’s menstrual cycle can help provide a clearer picture of overall health.

Apple watch monitors the environment’s ambient noise and tracks the duration of exposure. When Apple Watch detects that the decibel level has risen to a point where hearing could be affected, it can notify users with a tap on the wrist.

watchOS 6 requires iPhone 6s or later with iOS 13 and one of the following Apple Watch models: Apple Watch Series 1 to 4

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