WWDC 2022 By The Numbers

Apple held its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose on Monday. It took advantage of the opportunity to showcase its latest MacOS build, which includes a variety of new features for the iPad as well as a stunning display in 6K for its powerful Mac Pro, and even an innovative way to get into Minecraft. Let's take a look.

Microsoft saved Minecraft Earth's AR gameplay reveal to Apple. Despite operating under Microsoft's business umbrellas, the team behind the global phenomenon Minecraft chose to announce the launch of the AR version of the game at WWDC. It appears that Pokemon Go is going to have a fight on its hands when Minecraft Earth launches later this summer.

MacOS Catalina is Apple’s next desktop operating system Catalina. It's not just for mixers of wine now. The Southern California island has been selected to serve as namesake for Apple's upcoming version of macOS (10.15). We'll be witnessing the dissolution of iTunes into its various components, including podcast, music and TV elements, yay.

Apple created a 32-inch, 6K Retina display that is sized to fit the Mac Pro. This means that for around $12,000 Apple will offer you a 6K Retina LCD display and the Mac Pro to run it, and -- this can't possibly be right, but somehow it is -- a monitor stand worth a thousand dollars. Apple is the ultimate personal computer manufacturer for the average man.

iOS 13 focuses on speed and embraces the darkness Apple's new mobile operating system is getting an upgrade. According to the senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi, the next iOS will come with 30 percent faster facial recognition for unlocking, that take half as long to download as before and updates that occupy just 40 percent of the space of the previous versions.

Apple finally announces the new Mac Pro It's capable of supporting up to 28 cores and 1.5 Terabytes of RAM. It also has the capacity to handle two Radeon Pro Vega II GPUs. And it even comes with a headphone jack. Plus it's got an appearance that you can grated a parmesan block on.

Apple's iPad has its own operating system. All Apple's mobile devices, desktop devices and fitness wearables have their own OS build. Now the iPad comes with one of its own. iPadOS will enable users to run multiple instances of the same application and will offer improved Swipe Over and Split Screen functionality, and a slick looking dark mode. minecraft servers build for iPadOS is available today, though the public release won't happen until later this fall.