Yes, it's extremely tempting, and you can't have left this year's WWDC keynote without wanting to get macOS Catalina immediately. Yet the risks of using major beta software are always great — and this year, they are much worse.
Apple's Memoji gets additional customization features in iOS 13, including braces, earrings, makeup, glasses and even AirPods, and now all users with an A9 chip will be able to create Memoji stickers.
The new ARKit 3 features replace hours of frame compositing with real-time calculations that make it quick to build interactive environments and also to place people and objects within the same scenes.
Apple's migration and evolution of Swift continues, with the company releasing the latest iteration of the technology in Swift UI.
In the latest update to macOS, Apple is adding official native support for utilizing an iPad running iOS 13 as an external monitor.
The Apple Pro Display XDR brings 1000 nit brightness and calibrated color to professional users seeking the best possible display.
CarPlay is getting it's first major overhaul since its original release with iOS 13 including a new dashboard, new calendar app, and much more.
Apple has revealed what to expect in the next major revision of macOS, called Catalina, and has demonstrated what to expect when macOS 10.15 becomes available.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and head of hardware John Ternus have debuted the new Mac Pro, restoring PCI-E and ultra-high performance to the Mac.