Apple released GM seeds of iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and watchOS 6.2 to developers on Wednesday, 18 March. The latest release includes new features like advance mouse support for iPad, iCloud Drive folder sharing, several new Memoji stickers, and more. The company also seeded GM versions of macOS Catalina 10.15 beta 6 and tvOS 13.4.
It’s a computer that’s not a computer? At least I think that’s what Apple is saying. While you try and wrap your head around that thought, the new 2020 iPad Pro, is here. With it is some fancy new trickery including a couple of things that make a computer, a computer.
There was plenty to love at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) last week. And as I said it in my previous wrap-up post, I thought it was the best WWDC by far. While the world drooled over the all-new Mac Pro, I was more drawn to Apple’s new OS: iPadOS.
In my opinion, Apple’s opening keynote at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California, was the best yet. Apple CEO Tim Cook and key Apple executives announced a slew of updates and product announcements including the latest tvOS, watchOS, iOS, iPadOS (yes!), macOS Catalina, and surprise… an all-new Mac Pro and accompanying Pro Display XDR. Here’s everything that was announced (that mattered).