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WWDC 2019: UPGRADES ACROSS DEVICES ANNOUNCED ON DAY ONE

OPENING OF APPLE’S DEVELOPER EXTRAVAGANZA DIDN’T DISAPPOINT

So, with just one day done at WWDC 2019 at the time of writing, we’ve already been inundated with a host of exciting updates to the software we love. In fact, so much happened in the first few hours of the event that the only way we can really cover it effectively is by writing two articles. So, to get straight into Part One, what exactly went down at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center on June 3?

As usual, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with a detailed two-hour keynote. CEO Tim Cook took to the stage first, but it was senior vice

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