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WWDC: What Apple’s biggest announcements means for the company

[2019-06-07 11:00:00]

As Apple’s biggest event of the year winds down and the dust begins to settle, the shape of company’s future plans is starting to become clearer. And this time around it’s not a matter of digging up a mere smattering of hints about where Apple is taking its products, but of sifting through the metric ton of details that the company divulged. Most people were convinced that this would be a big event, and they were ultimately right—even if not for the reasons initially suspected.Here are just a few of the big takeaways from the announcements, with an idea of what they might mean for the future of the company’s products.Putting the “Pad” in “iOS” Though the iPad has long been one of Apple’s key products, this year it finally got the recognition it deserved as its own platform, as Apple decided to rechristen the tablet’s operating system as “iPadOS.”To read this article in full, please click here

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