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Apple first appeared in the MacOS 10.15 system, and is full of new features

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Apple first appeared in the MacOS 10.15 system, and is full of new features

Apple first appeared in the MacOS 10.15 system, and is full of new features, Apple has chosen to close the annual WWDC exhibition this year with MacOS 10.15. 

The upcoming MacOS update will include a host of new features that enhance productivity and ease of use.

To begin with, Apple has addressed the drama surrounding the death of iTunes. 


After a bit of good humor, Craig added a bunch of useless features to iTunes, Apple revealed that it would split the application into three other applications that we already know: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV.

The new tri-app works just like individual iTunes features that have done the same thing. 

Apple Podcasts organizes everything with advanced search features to search for specific episodes, while Apple Music is an essential desktop version of the iOS app.

A new feature called SideCar lets you use your iPad as a second display for your Mac. Mac apps that support tablet input seamlessly work with touch input, which means it'll be great for artists.

On the accessibility interface, Apple adds voice control to MacOS. The company says it allows you to control every aspect of the operating system with your voice only. 

It seems that spelling, debugging, opening applications, scrolling and selecting desktop items to click on them work in one way or another right away by pronouncing the right command. 

Apple says that all voice commands are processed locally so no voice is sent over the web, enhancing privacy.

For anyone who has never set up his Mac, Apple adds a new feature that lets you locate computers in the wrong place when you're near an Apple device for anyone, even if they're off. 

Apple says the data used is encrypted and "pig" on existing network systems so there is no risk to privacy.

Screentime, the iOS iOS tracking app from Apple, also comes to Mac, helping you keep track of your time staring at the Mac screen.

For developers, improvements to app ports from iOS to Mac are improving with Catalina, making it easy to create Mac versions of existing apps that are already available for mobile devices. 

The Catalyst Application Transfer Program is clearly a boon to Apple, as it will make development easier for devs and lead to more Mac-compatible applications.

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