Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2019 in Nine Minutes

Today's Worldwide Developers Conference was easily one of the most exciting events we've had this year, with Apple introducing feature after feature over the course of a two and a half hour event.

For those of you who haven't had a chance to watch the keynote or don't want to spend two hours listening to software announcements, we've condensed everything Apple announced into 9 minutes, so you can get a quick recap of everything important.


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Apple debuted new versions of iOS, iPadOS (now separate from iOS!), macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, all of which have a long list of new features, plus Apple gave us a peek at the new Mac Pro and 6K Apple Display. In addition to our video, we're also recapping all of our coverage below, giving you a complete overlook of everything new.

iOS 13

‌iPadOS‌

macOS Catalina

tvOS 13

watchOS 6

New ‌Mac Pro‌ and XDR Display

Other Announcements

Make sure to stay tuned to MacRumors this week, because we're going to be sharing in-depth videos highlighting new features in all of the software updates Apple introduced today. We'll also be publishing detailed roundups on everything you need to know about the new software, and we'll have coverage of every new feature as we delve into the updates.

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11 months ago
Where’s the actual keynote video? It doesn’t take that long to remove the boos about the Mac Pro stand...
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11 months ago
This was the best WWDC they've done in recent memory. Every SW product line was updated in at least a few useful ways.
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Wondering the same thing. They're never uploaded this late.

They're busy scrubbing out the awkward reaction from the crowd after revealing the $999 monitor stand. Still rendering on the new Mac Pro…
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11 months ago

Where’s the actual keynote video? It doesn’t take that long to remove the boos about the Mac Pro stand...

Wondering the same thing. They're never uploaded this late.
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11 months ago
For those waiting for Apple to finish cutting out awkward parts of the keynote, there’s a copy on YouTube. [MEDIA=youtube]yc3F8CytBVc[/MEDIA]
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11 months ago
Have to say this WWDC had more announcements that any other WWDC in recent times that I can remember. Tim Cook didn't waste time at the beginning throwing out meaningless iPhone and iOS and Apps sales stats up on the screen. It's a good thing that the keynote featured products more than metrics for Wall Street investors.
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11 months ago
Apple knocked it out of the park with this WWDC. Unlike that snooze fest I/O last month.

The sheer volume of complaints here and on other forums is all the proof you need. Nobody complains about a has-been or whoever’s in second place - they only complain about who’s on top. And Apple gave them lots to complain about.
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