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The next big update for Apple’s computers is called Catalina. These are the new features you can expect.

Mac owners can expect a big overhaul for Apple's native apps and improved iPad support when Catalina replaces macOS Mojave later this fall.
Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off WWDC's keynote on Monday.

Apple just knocked its biggest event of the year out of the park

Whether you're a fan of the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or Watch, Apple's WWDC keynote had something for everyone.

Apple wants to sell you a $1,000 stand so you can use its new $5,000 monitor

Apple's 32-inch Pro Display XDR is a 6K Retina display with an impressive list of features, but you'll need to invest in a stand to use it properly.
Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Apple’s major developer conference kicks off Monday — here’s when it starts and how to tune in

Apple will showcase new features and updates coming to the iPhone, the iPad, and the Mac during the keynote address starting at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT.
Apple's tagline for WWDC 2019: "Write code. Blow minds."

Apple has announced the dates for WWDC 2019, its biggest tech conference of the year

Apple's annual developer conference, WWDC, will kick off on June 3, 2019.
Apple senior VP of software engineering, Craig Federighi, introducing MacOS Mojave at WWDC 2018.

Apple’s next major update to the Mac, ‘Mojave’, is now available for free in beta — here’s all the new stuff it comes wi...

Apple debuted the next major update to MacOS earlier this year: It's named "Mojave," and is planned to launch this fall. But a free beta version is available now, months early. It brings a few major updates and a lot of small changes.

Apple’s biggest conference of the year starts today — here are 5 announcements we’re expecting

At WWDC, we usually hear what Apple has planned for its big yearly software updates for iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers.

What to expect from Apple’s big annual summit in June

Since 1983, programmers have flocked to the Worldwide Developers Conference to participate in hands-on labs and network with fellow developers.