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Apple WWDC is where exciting new hardware or software updates for iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch devices get announced. Read on to find out what’s new.

Did you know Apple had their first day of the WWDC event today? Honestly, it sort of snuck up on me. Usually, Apple events like WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) are heralded by high anticipation and great expectations of groundbreaking new features and innovations from Apple.  WWDC is where the likes of the HomePod, Apple Music, the Retina Display, and new iPhone and Mac hardware have been unveiled to much fanfare.

This year, there hasn’t been anything particularly earth-shattering so far. The announcements at Monday’s WWDC covered the usual—new features coming to iOS 12, WatchOS 5, and macOS. Still, that’s not to say that there aren’t some new big developments in store for Apple users.  For your convenience, I’ve wrangled up a few of the highlights.

What’s New from the Apple WWDC Event?

Other outlets have given a blow-by-blow live account of what happened at WWDC, but here’s what stuck out to me:

Those are the big things that stuck out to me. There was plenty more discussed at WWDC today and there are more topcs on the docket in the coming days. If you’re intereted, you can watch live here.

 



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