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Apple Announces its latest iOS, iPad OS, mac OS and Mac Pro at WWDC 2019

Apple Announces its latest iOS, iPad OS, mac OS and Mac Pro at WWDC 2019
An American technology giant, Apple is all set to launch its next generation operating system iOS13 for its iPhones and iPads, which will make the phone faster. The company will launch its latest operating system iOS13 in 2019's Worldwide Developers conference (WWDC 2019). Meanwhile, Apple has also unveiled its individual operating system for iPads called as iPadOS. Some sources have confirmed that the features of iOS13 will be exclusively available on iPads and iPadOS as well.

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple revealed the new version of iOS, iPad OS, watchOS, macOS and the long-awaited Mac Pro, which becomes Apple’s most expensive computer yet at its annual developer conference held at San Jose McEnery Convention centre, California.

The iPhone 6s users can get the new iOS 13 update for free and other devices will get it later. While iPhone6 and other older iPhones will not get the latest update. The new update will be available with iPadOS for iPad Air 2 and all iPad Pro models, iPad 5th generation and iPad mini 4 will get it later.
According to Apple, 85% of its users are currently on the updated version of the operating system. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple stated that the new iOS 13 is speedy and the size of the app will be smaller. And the app update will be half the size. Mainly, its new feature "Dark Mode" will appear in iPhones and iPads with iOS 13. 

Apple will let the user to sign-in to apps with Apple ID to offer better privacy, where the users were previously using their Google and Facebook ID to sign in.

With the latest update iOS 13, the company has introduced new Maps app that features Look Around option. However, Siri will now read messages on Air Pods and offers the user to answer to messages through voice as well.

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