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WWDC 2019, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPad

WWDC 2019, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPad

Update: 2019-06-075
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This week Apple held their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).  The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller discuss everything announced — from the Mac Pro to iOS to iPadOS.
Also, Google gave some updates on their new Stadia game service right before the show so the crew dives into that as well as the Palm Pre 10th anniversary.

Stories discussed this week:

-The Palm Pre launched 10 years ago today, here’s what it meant to me
-Apple’s $5,000 Pro Display monitor doesn’t come with a stand in the box
-Apple announces all-new redesigned Mac Pro, starting at $5,999
-Does the iPad make sense as a computer now?
-Apple knows that iPad mouse support has broad appeal
-iPadOS should make the iPad a better tablet, but not a laptop
-Sidecar lets you use your iPad as a second display for your Mac
-Apple reveals iPadOS for iPad with new home screen widgets and multitasking improvements
-Apple Maps is getting its own version of Google Maps’ Street View
-House lawmakers launch antitrust investigation into Big Tech
-Apple announces new sign-in tool to compete with Facebook and Google
-Apple will permanently remove Dashboard in macOS Catalina
-Apple CarPlay getting design refresh and better Siri support in iOS 13
-Apple TV and iOS will soon support Xbox One and PS4 controllers
-Apple’s HomePod speaker will be able to recognize who’s speaking to it with iOS 13
-Apple enables HomeKit support for home security cameras and routers
-Apple wants to save your hearing and track your menstrual cycle with new Apple Watch update
- Google’s Stadia game service is officially coming November: Everything you need to know 
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WWDC 2019, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPad

WWDC 2019, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPad

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