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WWDC 2019 PART 2: MAC INNOVATION AND A FIRST FOR THE iPAD

THE LEGENDARY TABLET FINALLY GETS ITS OWN OPERATING SYSTEM

Last week, we looked at a number of key events from day one of WWDC 2019, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. However, so much was revealed – even just on the first day – that we couldn’t possibly cover it all in a single article. In Part 2 of our WWDC 2019 review (or version 2.0 if you like!), we’ll take an in-depth look at two more key software announcements from day one, and round up the highlights from the rest of the event that ran from June 3 to 7.

iPAD SOFTWARE TAKES A GIANT STEP FORWARD

We’ll begin with some incredible news for iPad users, who are finally getting their own dedicated OS.

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