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WWDC 2019 Preview: Here's everything we expect!

Music fades. The lights go out. Plays video. Developers. Apps. Apple. Community. We're all together again. And when the lights come back, Tim Cook enters the stage.

"Thank you. Thank you. Good day. Welcome to the 30th annual WWDC Apple! "

Rather look than you read? Gui Rambo for Stack Trace and 9to5Mac joined me to get a full video preview, so hit and enjoy!

And then we will get it – Festivus in June. When Apple unpacks all the software presentations, from iOS 13 to macOS 10.15, tvOS 13 to watchOS 6. And maybe just our first look at the completely new, modular display of Mac Pro and 6K Pro.

WWDC 2019: iOS 13

Tim Cook gives the pilot of senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, and the iOS 13 logo fills the big screen over the stage.

Here's what Gui Rambo from 9to5Mac says.

IOS 13 Dark mode

In 2013, Apple released iOS 7, its first major software project for the iPhone and iPad. And it was clear. And white. So bright and white that many of us immediately hoped for a dark mode. Something that makes him the opposite of light and white, especially at night.

In 2014, Apple gave us this. But not for the iPhone & # 39; or iPad. For the brand new Apple Watch. But that was fine. It was cool because after the reverse colors and intelligent inverse colors that were a bit, but not really, in 2017, Apple gave us a dark mode … for Apple TV. Fine. Everything was fine. Because in 2018 we finally got dark mode … for Mac.

Yes. Oh. I was just joking that it means that this year absolutely, in the end we will get a dark mode … for HomePod.

But it sounds like half a decade plus trolling, finally, behind us, and performance improvements done, the evolution of the project continues, and this year we will actually do a dark mode for the iPhone & ipad.

Probably it will not be more ambitious ThemeKit on my wish list for some time, a framework that would make it easier for the system and applications to offer not only dark and bright modes, but low and high contrast, cool and warm colors, neon or crayon, and much more customizations than it is it is now possible.

But beggars in dark mode can not be darker.

So my question is how easy it will be to switch back and forth? Because, as everyone always wants dark mode all things, dark modes can be just as annoying as they make an impression, and it is important to be able to easily go from bright to day to black as night.

IOS 13 fonts

Another big element of the visual wish list for iOS 13 was FontKit. One look at Adobe Photoshop for iOS and you could not see, more than a decade later, the lack of something similar to fonts – from a company that made its name Mac on typography, no less – as a blatant, gaping omission.

Management will be implemented in the Settings panel. A new Font Picker will appear, thanks to which you can get styles in internal text fields and an alert if you download the document, but you do not have the fonts installed.

I'm not sure how much space the font will occupy, given the size of the modern iOS device memory, but for people who have the smallest amount or have completed even the largest, on-demand management of resources, where newer, more frequently used fonts are stored locally and available, and older, rarely used fonts are stored online until they are needed, it would be interesting to see.

The new iOS 13 home screen

The new design of the home screen seems to be gossip every year, even though the iPhone's springboard layout has remained essentially unchanged since its release in 2007. He received many screens, minus one screen, search for headlights and other additions, but without major changes.

There were more rumors of redesigning last year, but apparently it has been pushed to release time for performance updates. It was also unclear whether it was a redesign for the iPad, or the iPhone & # 39; and the iPad.

The Nerds want something that will make better use of larger screens or allow for almost complete customization. Mainstream wants you to leave your icons alone and do not mistake them for coming for you. And you.

Widgets better stay on the negative screen, because the home screen, outside the name, is a portal, not a flat. But Apple can do a lot by allowing different types of content, such as contacts with contextual 3D Touch shortcuts, and having room for the suggested Siri applications, which would allow the durability of objects in applications that we always want to run like memory and muscle dynamics for applications that we only want when we want them.

Applications for many windows on iOS 13

The Mac is designed to work in many windows. Until a few years ago, you could not even set up two iPad applications side by side. Hell, you still can not do it even on the biggest iPhone & oh; Now, side-by-side, move the applications and image in the image, drag and drop.

What we do not have is a multi-window, side-by-side Safari aside, in applications. For example, two note windows open, for example, or two conversations in Messages or Mail.

According to Gui, iOS 13 will fix a lot of this. At least for the iPad. Applications will receive support for many windows. It sounds like side-by-side, or maybe even tabbed, because lighter and darker options will be available, so hopefully we'll know which windows are active at the moment. Something that has so far been unexplained in many iPad windows.

Gui adds that the offer will also include something like PanelKit. Windows will be able to store sheets, and these sheets can be dragged onto cards, and these cards can be stacked.

It's a lot of visual and spatial data that you can analyze at first glance, depth effects or not, but I'm really interested in how a team of human interfaces imagines that everything looks and works.

IOS 13 gestures

After returning to iOS 4, at least in the beta version, we have four gestures on the iPad to close and switch applications. The iPhone X brought us almost a full navigation system of gestures. The iPad … has gone through several different versions over the last few awkward teenagers.

The problem with gestures is that there are only a few really basic things you can do, such as swipe up or swipe down and reload those with many options depending on where exactly you started and stopped moving or how many fingers you used if you can lead to collision and confusion. Similarly, performing complex gestures becomes like throwing spells, where you have to remember which shape you draw, to which fiery fire, I apologize, which editing task was triggered.

Gestures are multi-touch keyboard shortcuts and there is room for a few more, still simple, but specific, to speed up the interface.

An example is the trackpad mode in which you currently touch and hold the virtual spacebar for a long time. This universal retraction, which does not only require shaking and shaking – the whole device is turned off – it's next.

It looks like we'll finally get it using iOS 13. Touch three times and move left to undo. Tap with three fingers and swipe right to perform again. It's not quite a double click on Procreate, but it's close, and the dimension of adding direction sounds wise.

It also sounds as if we were receiving support for many choices not only for icons and dragged elements, such as currently exist in iOS, but also for elements from the list and views of the collection. I wanted to choose a lasso for Apple Pencil for a while, but getting it for my fingers is even more perfect. Idealer?

I will have to see the mechanics of operation, because the multitouch multi-select can be a bit complicated depending on the dexterity of the numbers and hand-eye coordination, but my level of hope is high.

iOS 13: Find my things

According to Gui, in a separate article on 9to5Mac, find my iPhone & # 39; and find my friends connect and, moreover, add an option to find other things related to small, tiled lanterns from Apple.

I do not know how one user interface will be able to deal with so many … things, but I will gladly find out.

iOS 13 Mail & Safari

It seems that Apple is working on an improved Mail application for half a decade or longer. Will this be seen, but some ideas sound similar. Given the advances in machine learning, I am behind all applications that do more secondary work and heavy lifting for me all the time. Sorting is one of the main. All you need to do is build a model based on Merlin Mann, the entire Omni team and other high-level organizers, and let the world benefit from it.

Gui says that our messages will be intelligently sorted into marketing, shopping, travel, "unimportant" and many more, with the ability to search categories. And that we can add them to the read queue.

I still wish for this universal queue, in which everything I write in News and now News +, and everything that I add to the Safari Reading list, and for sure, now in Mail, everything ends in the same place, so I can just read it at any time, anywhere.

In addition, the automatic desktop mode for Safari, because sites like Reddit and YouTube give you a tiny, optimized version of the iPhone & # 39; and on the huge iPad screen, should be summarized. And if their developers do not care about the simple utility of their sites to better code for detection, at least the Safari team can help us impose our will.

iOS 13 New Siri Intents

Siri shortcuts allow you to assign voice triggers to any simple action that an application calls or any workflow created by combining these actions. They can add a lot of functionality, but it is also a very limited functionality. On the other hand, Siri's intentions are the Holy Grail of voice control.

Intentions are deep, robust ways that applications use Siri functionality, ways that do not require specific triggers, but can respond to many different sentence structures. For example, Skype Lory, make a Skype call with Lory, call Lory on Skype.

If the abbreviations are like a Siri voucher, the intentions are much closer to Siri's first-class citizenship.

Apple announced the first, limited party a few years ago, and several others have fooled since then, but nowhere is enough and nowhere is fast enough.

According Gui Rambo 9to5Mac, however, is about to change with the new intentions of iOS 13 for event tickets, attaching news, trains, planes and some major searches and multimedia playback.

I do not know how it will manifest yet, but if Apple plays the media correctly, it will be everything we've all been waiting for years: full Siri control for everything from Spotify to Netflix to Overcast and Audible. Basically, any third-party video and audio application would suddenly become as integrated with Siri as Apple's own television, music and podcast applications.

Seriously, it's only four times, five times, dectupled? My excitement of WWDC.

iOS 13 Augmented Reality

Apple does not really see the expanded reality – AR – as an application or even a function. If you've been listening to Tim Cook over the years, it's clear that Apple sees AR as a key technology key to Apple's future. And one day the AR view will look like a display. See my previous video, link in the description.

That's why Apple is so aggressive in ARKit iteration, their AR structure. In just a few years, they have moved from relatively simple surfaces and ephemeral models to full-size, multi-person, enduring environments, and face and word tracking in the style of Memoji. Even working with Pixar on a new, portable, standardized file format, where directors can have different opinions about where virtual props are going, than the set designers who initially put them. It's all shades of goofy cool.

According to Gui, Apple will also not release iOS 13, adding the ability to detect human items – I guess it means bippy, apologizing friends of dogs and cats … for now! In addition, the new Swift platform and application that will allow you to visually create AR experiences, and support for controllers with touch panels and … wait for it … stereo headphone sets AR.

No, that does not mean Apple has to announce his own AR glasses at WWDC. As with ARKit, Apple uses its existing devices in the hands of hundreds of millions of people, and features and applications such as Animoji and Measure slowly familiarize programmers and clients with the AR so that they can understand and iterate as much as possible on the bit level before spitting any atoms.

Clever Apple. But it seems we have to get closer, right?

iOS 13 Taptics

Confession: I am overly happy with the idea of ​​tactile interfaces. Graphical user interfaces are the thing from Xerox Park, the original Lisa and Mac and Windows. Voice interfaces have evolved thanks to Siri, Alexie and Google Assistant. For a while, we had things like the Taptic engine on the iPhone and Nintendo consoles, all from really abstract information about shaking her head during a 3D test. Touch the icon without any options to feel the ice in your hand when playing is just … outside of peace. But this technology still seems to be in its infancy.

However, according to Gui, Apple is working on their maturation with the new iOS 13 structures that will give programmers even more control over the Taptic engine in modern iPhones.

I do not know what we will see as a result of this. I do not know what I want to see – it means feeling. But the developers, and especially the game developers, were quite understanding about turning on force feedback so far, so at this point I just want to see it – feel it – shit.

iOS 13 Direct Image Capture

At the moment, if you want to get a photo from your camera or SD card and into the application, you have to go through the photo import function in Apple. Even if you want to use it in Lightroom or anything. You must go through the photos. Similarly, if you want to scan a document, you must go through Notes or an application that has its own built-in capture system.

In the case of iOS 13, Gui claims that Apple will provide APIs – application programming interfaces – that any application that implements them can directly download photos and scan documents without the need for Apple mediation.

If it works well, this should seriously speed up many workflows and remove many duplicate content in libraries. Hurray.

iOS 13 Machine Learning

Apple is currently on AI the way it was silicon ten years ago, and we've all seen the results of this thrust. Now that John Giannandrea is the boss of his own ethics-centered, sky-based – instead of Skynet – he can be a limit.

I do not know how much iOS 13 his team had time to work, but Gui mentions some new machine learning features.

CoreML will be updated on the device, so the applications will be able to learn and improve in real time. This will help ensure that the benefits of privacy protection resulting from the lack of vacuuming all our data in the cloud are accompanied by greater dynamics and, hopefully, even better results.

Vision receives a built-in image classifier, and the new API will provide a new sound analyzer. This will save programmers who will have to roll – sorry, train – their own, and maybe even greater and better integration in a wider range of applications and functions.

Support for iOS 13 mice

This one comes from Federico Viticci about the fame of MacStories, with his Connected podcast, and was repeated by Steve & # 39; and Troughton Smith on Twitter.

If you left @_connectedfm from last week, @viticci had a pretty interesting drawer that he sat down with the mouse, coming to the iPad as an accessibility feature. As far as I know, * is * at work. I feel that every professional user will include it on the first day

Why, as a function of accessibility and if it affects anyone who wants to use it more generally, it can not be said. But, you know, even Steve Jobs stepped down and let go of the arrow keys and command lines on the Mac, so letting people go back to mice, pads and indicators for almost a decade after the iPad does not seem to be a bad thing. Especially since the keyboard came back officially a few years ago.

Essentially, everything that allows us to keep our eyes and hands in context is a huge win for performance.

WWDC 2019: tvOS 13

Tim Cook discusses recent developers with a completely new TV and TV + app, and then Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Services, and maybe someone from the Apple TV team enters the stage to talk to tvOS 13 and … what exactly?

tvOS never seems to have as much time on stage or as many new features as other Apple operating systems. Earlier, much of what got was focused on the TV application. Ever since Apple has already shown and launched a new TV app in March and May respectively, what could we see on the stage in June?

Apple game controllers or some licensed controllers and game packages? Maybe game keyboard support? TV application on Android and other Smart TVs? Continuity of media?

We will have to wait and see.

WWDC 2019: watchOS 6

Tim introduces Kevin Lynch, vice president of watchmaking software, but does not go. Tim looks confused, but then Kevin moves to the center of the stage thanks to the special application he showed last fall. Well, no, probably not this. Instead, Kevin hits the stage and watches it six times.

watchOS 6: On-device App Store

Mark Gurman writes for Bloomberg:

Apple adds the App Store directly to Apple Watch so that users can download applications on the go, making the device more independent. Users are currently installing new applications using the Watch Companion app on their iPhone.

There are still fundamental questions about the nature of the Watch app that needs to be discussed, but many of them are already great and have them on demand, especially if you're out and about without an iPhone & # 39; and it's even bigger.

It was not until iOS 5 and iCloud was launched on the iPhone & # 39; that the links to iTunes on the Mac and PC were broken. It takes longer in Apple Watch, but considering the technical and utilitarian limitations of such a small device, it's hardly surprising. Still, step by step, progress like this is wonderful.

watchOS 6: New and late applications

Apple introduces the Voice Memos application from the iPhone, iPad and Mac so that users can record voice notes on the wrist.
Apple is also planning to add Animoji and Memojis stickers to the iPhone & # 39; sync device.

The watch will also receive the Apple Books app to listen to audio books on the wrist and the Calculator app.
There will be two new health-related apps for the watch: one called "Dose" in Apple for pills reminders, and the other named "Cycles" for tracking menstrual cycles.

About a damned time for voice memos and a calculator. Later, because every geek with a spreading clock should see him on Apple Watch on the first day. The first of them, because for a device in which the voice is often the basic input system, the lack of voice memos was simply a gross omission.

Pcalc, Just Press Record and Drafts have filled the gap and can still offer functionality well above and above the base, but embracing the basics was Apple's job. The same applies to the Notes application, which is still MIA.

watchOS 6: Health & Fitness

When it comes to health functions, yes, please, and the more, the better.

Apple adds more "Complications" that show additional pieces of information out of time. There will be one that shows the status of audio books, another showing the battery life of hearing aids and others that measure external noise and rain data.

The more complications the better. I still hope that we will also see some form of dynamic context-related complications. There is a lot to say about spatial durability, where we always know exactly where to look, to get exactly what we want. For example, the weather always at the top left of the display means that we never have to waste time or stress finding it exactly where we need it.

But other complications that you may simply want or need in certain situations, such as a training app every morning or when you come to the gym. Maybe the outer ring of the infographics can be static and internal dynamic complications? I do not know, but I'd like Apple to understand that.

The company also plans a few new face watches: the face "Gradient", which makes the gradient look from the color chosen by the user, at least two new "X-Large" faces that show large numbers in different fonts and colors, "Californian a dial that looks like a classic watch face and mixes Roman numerals with Arabic numerals, a redesigned analogue solar watch face that looks like a sundial, and a new Infograph Subdial that includes larger compilation views like a stock chart or weather.

The gradual face of Hermes, which appeared earlier this spring, is cool, so the overall surface of the gradient should also be cool. Like the others.

I know that some people still want custom faces to watch in the App Store, but it still seems as likely as the custom, run by iPhone & # 39; and third-party applications. Never say never, do not build debt on a large scale.

However, what works for me is simply a picture with more options for complications. Like the complications at the infographics level. Let me turn off everything I do not want to cover with my picture and turn all the others into everything I want. That way, I could have a photo of someone I love, Superman's watch, heck, almost every background I want, and I did not have to sacrifice all the useful, reliable data I need to get it.

As in the case of complications, I would like to see a few cleverness with the faces of the watch. It changes day and night when I get to work or leave work or on schedule. Training faces that take control after arriving at the gym or face when I hit the airport. It can be brilliant or everything can be terribly bad, but it seems that Apple has a lot of room to play with intelligence outside of Siri's face.

WWDC 2019: macOS 10.15

Craig Federighi returns to the stage, but this time for Mac. It's more of a next-generation Mac software, macOS 10.15, and any name of the Apple cracking team that represents it.

macOS 10.15: Phase 2 of Marzipan

Many of the things that come to the Mac this year are based on what has been introduced, let's call it alpha, last year: UIKit applications for Mac. We have News, Home, Voice Recorder and Stocks, and all are a little inconsistently hot from the summer mess. It is so hard to believe that all Apple companies are willing to spend it, even as proof of concept. But it was and still was, along with the promise that applications UIKit on the Mac will appear this year for developers.

I understand that this version of Marzipan will be much better. Much better that last year's version would help us burn our brain boxes. Not finished. Not fully polished. Until you leave the beta, and the developers will not be able to start using it. But much closer to Marzipan, as originally and always had to be.

I know it frightens many Mac traders, probably just as Cocoa scared the classics, but it also looks very much like the future, at least until there's a real NeXT, and that means it really has to be crazy great.

In a separate story at 9to5, Gui said that there will be Mac-specific APIs – application programming interfaces – including the Mac menu bar and the MacBook Pro touch bar.

Support will be available for many marzipan windows, which have always been a key element in the experience of Mac users. So, hurray.

Split View Marzipan applications can be changed or reset using a divisor, like on iOS, which is already an improvement of the announced and immediately abandoned view mechanics currently divided into MacOS. And if they contain a way to replace the split view applications without having to destroy and re-create the entire split view, after hunting for one application that always embarrasses the whole screen from the screen, I will personally send the appropriate Montreal recipe from Mac Caffe. You're welcome.

macOS 10.15: iMessage effects

Finally. (Sent from Fireworks.)

Does this mean that the AppKit multi-year application will be updated to support it, or will the new Marzipan application simply make the UIKit functionality complete?

Marzipan everything, I say. Accelerate us to the future, and dog food everything as much as possible, so that Apple hit all the points of pain earlier, at least next to the developers.

macOS 10.15: Siri and abbreviations

Last year, Apple again launched Workflow as a shortcut for Siri and introduced not only automation for iOS, but also suggested actions and even voice triggers. I was hoping that the suggested part would serve as an easy entry point for regular users, even though part of the workflow seriously increased the power for advanced users. A year later, I still have not seen many suggestions, which means I do not think there are many shortcuts on board. But the flow of work is everywhere among the nerdy.

And according to Gui this year we get shortcuts for the Mac. That could … should … include a Macipan Shortcuts app for Mac that would match the one on an iPad, and improved Siri support, making Mac assistant functions better suited to iPad, and shortcuts can provide an unparalleled experience.

Siri, and I hope this means both iOS and macOS, should finally get increased support for intentions, including multimedia playback, which will be huge for anyone who uses services and applications outside of their own Apple.

Now the shortcuts are great and will probably become an important step in the future of easy-to-install voice applications. I would like to see last year support for Shortcut on Mac, when this function was introduced for the first time in principle for everything else.

However, Workflow was an iOS application when Apple bought it, and it took everything that the team had just to convert it into shortcuts and send, in version 1 complete, for all operating systems and iOS-based devices last year. Now Marzipan had time to mature and had time to upgrade the Mac version and provided that they would stay suspended from that moment, many suckers will be very pleased with the beta in June and will release it in autumn.

macOS 10.15: Screen time

The general digital movement of prosperity and the way some companies and activists talk about it has always been a little pandering and sensational for me. I just like data. And that's exactly what screen time gives me – how much I've been doing for how long.

Based on this data, I can be more honest with myself and what I do, and if I have children, what they do, and make more informed decisions and changes when and how they need to.

And this year, according to Gui, also on the Mac.

The set of functions sounds the same as currently in iOS, and if there are any improvements, we hope to introduce them here as well. It is difficult to balance simplicity with reliability, security and usability, but this is Apple's task here, even and especially in a more open computer system such as a Mac.

macOS 10.15: Sharing a family

Many new services that Apple announced in March, such as Apple Arcade, will work not only on the Mac, but also on the family sharing function. This means that sharing your family must be as easy and manageable on a Mac as iOS does.

Gui says Apple will implement the new Apple ID management panel in System Preferences to help this, as with iOS settings.

In this way, you can sign up for new and old services and assign them on a Mac, just like in the case of the iPhone or iPad.

macOS 10.15: File extensions

Gui also mentions that the Mac will be getting file extensions, which should make it easier for services like Dropbox to better integrate with the Finder system. Dodatkowe punkty, jeśli nigdy nie będą nękać mnie o ponowne włączenie specjalnych mocy dostępu. Nie znaczy nie.

Również użytkownicy API mogą używać do pisania sterowników urządzeń. I wow, ale chciałbym to zobaczyć również dla iPada Pro.

macOS 10.15: Uwierzytelnianie

Obecnie, jeśli masz nowoczesny zegarek Apple Watch, możesz go użyć do odblokowania komputera Mac i zatwierdzenia transakcji Apple Pay, jeśli Twój Mac nie ma Touch ID. Jeśli Twój komputer Mac ma Touch ID, możesz go ścigać za pomocą Apple Watch, co jest przyjemne, ale niezbyt fajne.

Ale Touch ID na komputerze Mac może również wykonywać czynności, których Apple Watch nie może wykonać, na przykład włączyć automatyczne wypełnianie haseł i autoryzować eskalację uprawnień w niektórych przypadkach.

Według Gui, Apple Watch może zyskać możliwość zrobienia wszystkiego, co teraz może zrobić Touch ID. Co byłoby naprawdę fajne, ponieważ Touch ID jest o wiele wygodniejszy niż wpisywanie długiego, silnego, unikalnego hasła. Apple Watch auth jest w najlepszym razie cholernie niewidoczny, aw najgorszym przypadku przynosi funkcjonalność podobną do Touch ID do komputerów Mac, które nadal nie mają t mają Touch ID. Co jest, myląco, wciąż wiele.

A dzięki fantazyjnemu czasowi lotu i innym środkom ostrożności, które firma Apple podejmuje, jest to prawdopodobnie wystarczająco bezpieczne dla większości ludzi, co jest ogromną wygraną dla wygody.

macOS 10.15: Wyświetlacze zewnętrzne

Komputery Mac pracują z zewnętrznymi wyświetlaczami przez długi czas, ale, co nowe, Gui mówi, że będzie proste menu, dostępne po najechaniu prawym przyciskiem myszy na zielony przycisk sygnalizacji świetlnej w dowolnym oknie, co zapewni opcje nie tylko dla pełnego ekranu i kafelkowania i, miejmy nadzieję, inne, już dawno spóźnione opcje zarządzania oknami, ale do przeniesienia tego okna na dowolny zewnętrzny wyświetlacz… łącznie z pełnym ekranem na iPadzie.

Co więcej, jeśli iPad obsługuje Apple Pencil, z którego korzystają wszystkie najnowsze iPady, będzie można narysować na nim ołówkiem i wprowadzić wyniki do aplikacji Mac, co powinno sprawić, że Wacom będzie płakał. Jeszcze raz.

WWDC 2019: Nowy Mac Pro

WWDC jest często, ale nie zawsze, programem pokazowym. W 2013 roku otrzymaliśmy podgląd kosza na MacBooka Pro. W 2017 roku otrzymaliśmy podgląd iMaca Pro. Apple już powiedział, że pracuje nad nowym, modułowym Mac Pro z Pro Display. Czy to oznacza, że ​​zobaczymy Phila Schillera, starszego wiceprezesa ds. Marketingu na całym świecie, czy Johna Ternusa, wiceprezesa ds. Inżynierii sprzętowej, i zobaczymy nową, w pełni modułową Mac Pro nowej generacji ?

Część mnie chce już tylko zaktualizować tarkę do sera. Trzymaj to super cholernie proste głupio i po prostu daj mi dużą skrzynkę CPU ze wszystkimi gniazdami, zejdź mi z drogi i pozwól mi Mac Pro mnie.

Druga część mnie rozpoznaje przeszłość jako przeszłość i jest naprawdę ciekawa, jak wygląda przyszłość komputerów stacji roboczych… w przyszłości.

Większość ludzi ma na myśli modularność … cokolwiek mi się podoba. Od slotów do stosów, pojedyncza wieża do jednej zbudowanej z wielu bloków.

Co Apple ma na myśli, będziemy musieli poczekać i zobaczyć.

WWDC 2019: Kontynuacja

WWDC 2019 kicks of on June 3 at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern in San Jose California. But that's just the beginning. Right after the main keynote is the developer keynote, State of the Union. Then, traditionally, the Apple Design Awards. And that's still only Monday. Developer sessions and special events run from Tuesday through Friday, and you can track them all in the just updated WWDC app, which is outstanding work by the evangelist team, each year, every year, and certainly this year.

Keep it locked to iMore and VECTOR for all the news, views, and fun!


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