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Caitlin McGarry
caitlinmcgarry
Consumer tech editor, Gizmodo.
Jun 22
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Like you, we still have a whole bunch of questions, so stay tuned for plenty of coverage of all of these announcements.

Jun 22
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And, the biggest news of the day: Here’s everything you need to know about Apple’s transition away from Intel to making its own Mac chips. Read more

Jun 22
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The Apple Watch is getting some very useful new features: Read more

Jun 22
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Thank you everyone for joining us! If you missed anything, we got you covered with a a whole bunch of blogs. Read more

Jun 22
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And a Production Health & Safety note from Apple to conclude this stream: Face coverings were worn, everyone was isolated, social distancing practiced, production equipment sanitized. What a world.

Jun 22
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So. Is everyone OK? Are we all alive? That was intense.

Jun 22
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And, as always, final versions of each OS rolling out this fall.

Jun 22
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Developer betas coming out today, public betas next month (including for watchOS, a first!).

Jun 22
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First Mac with Apple chip shipping by the end of this year. Transition will happen within 2 years. Apple still making Intel-based Macs that Tim is very excited about.

Jun 22
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Wow that was a lot.

Jun 22
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macOS Big Sur will include Rosetta 2, which will translate existing Mac apps that haven’t been updated for Apple’s chip.

Jun 22
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The Photoshop and Final Cut Pro demos were really well-done. 

Jun 22
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Look at how delightful PowerPoint looks running on Apple’s chip. 

Jun 22
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Microsoft is making Office for the Mac, Adobe is working on Creative Cloud services — all will run on Apple silicon.

Jun 22
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All of Apple’s apps in Big Sur will run on Apple’s chips. Damn.

Jun 22
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Apple’s Mac SoC will have the Secure Enclave for better security, high-performance GPU, Neural Engine, and more custom Apple technologies. This will also give all of Apple’s devices a common architecture to make it easier for developers to build apps.

Jun 22
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This will give the Mac a “new level of performance.” Desktops deliver highest performance but consume most power. Apple’s chips will be able to give the Mac better performance with less power consumption.