Apple’s WWDC 2019 keynote has started. Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference or WWDC is being held in San Jose, California once again. Apple CEO Tim Cook is on stage talking tvOS, the upcoming features on watchOS 6 have been revealed, which is also getting its own App Store now. The livestream is available to watch on Apple’s website and users will be able to view it on their iPhones, iPads, Macs, Windows 10, and even on Chrome and Firefox browser this time.
Apple iOS 13 gets Dark mode and improved privacy. Apple is making changes to Photos app as well with a new design. Other apps getting new features are Safari, Notes, Reminders, Apple Maps. Further Siri will now read out messages while you have AirPods on as they arrive on your iPhone. Apple iPads are getting their own iPadOS, which is iOS 13 but with some new features for iPads on apps like Files, new revamped gestures, split-view, etc. Apple has also announced macOS Catalina and killed iTunes. It is also announcing apps, which will work across platforms like iOS and macOS thanks to Project Catalyst.