Apple WWDC 2019 kicked off with company CEO Tim Cook beginning the keynote for media and developers on Monday.
As expected, the Cupertino-based giant has revealed a host of new features, software upgrades for its devices and even a new hardware for production-class performance.
Here’s a look at everything that Apple announced at WWDC 2019 keynote.
Apple introduces multi-user support for TV OS. It’ll be easier to switch users with the new interface.
With multi-user support every user will be able to see their personal customised interface on Apple TV. The App store comes to Watch OS. This means you’ll be able to browse and install apps directly on the Watch.
Dark Mode is here on iOS 13. Most of the interface has adapted to the dark theme. Even apps and other aspects of the interface. Apple is shutting the door on most apps which abuse navigation. Now you’ll just have to restrict location to apps only once.
Apple is launching “Sign-in with Apple” feature which users will be able to use to access apps safely using Apple’s authentication modes like Apple ID or Face ID.
Apple is also decrypting email ID which will not let other apps have access to your email IDs. This is how your email ID will look to other apps.
iOS 13 will allow you to use all the image filters and editing tools on videos. You will now also be able to rotate videos on the new iOS 13.
Portrait Lighting updated and now can move virtual lights. You can change the intensity of the lighting allowing you to adjust your portrait in a lot of ways. Oh yeah, AirPods will now be able to help you respond to text messages using audio to text feature.