At its annual World Wide Developers Conference held in the beginning of this month, Apple announced new features and designs for the operating systems that run on iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches and Apple TVs, in addition to a new computer.
After 18 years Apple is finally replacing iTunes. The app will be phased out and replaced with three separate apps; Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts. The iTunes store app, however, will remain on iOS as well as on Macs as an entry in the Finder’s sidebar. If that wasn’t dark enough for anyone who actually likes iTunes, iOS 13 is coming and with it, an optional dark mode. Many apps, like Mail, Notes, and Maps, are ‘glowing up’ with redesigns and new features. Apple Watch is also growing up, gaining new tools to help it run more independently from its iPhone counterpart.
The Mac Pro desktop is back, plus additional announcements regarding changes to iPad’s and Apple TV. To learn more about all of the details discussed during the WWDC, visit here.