Apple announced the new iOs 13 which supports dark mode (finally this setting to help relax your eyes a bit). It also has many functional updates to built-in apps. With this new OS, Apple will also focus on it's health app and may provide some breathtaking analysis. Apple also claimed that will give more control of privacy and security to user (which we don't trust).
iPadOs - Best decision
Finally the wait is over, the only limitation of iPad so far was it's operating system. With separating os for iPad and iPhone devices Apple has changed the game for it's competitors which provide desktop experience in tablets. We hope iPad can now be used as full fledged desktop.
New watch faces, enhanced siri, AppStore support for installing apps directly from wrist, activity trends, cycling tracking, calculator, Voice Memos, and a redesigned Reminders. Apple also introduced native UI framework for Apple Watch apps
The new macOs just like iOs 13 supports dark mode and has tons of features(which you won't even notice) but has one important feature of extending iPad screen as secondary display.
MacPro or the Cheese grater
It's the beast of all machine that you dream to have. The configuration is as follows
Processor: Configure from an 8‑core to 28‑core Intel Xeon W processor
Memory: Configure up to 1.5TB of DDR4 ECC memory in 12 user-accessible DIMM slots
Graphics Configure two MPX Modules with up to four GPUs
Power Supply : 1.4 kilowatts (Seriously wtf)
Storage: Configure up to 4TB of SSD storage
Weight: 18.0 kg, can't be configured
Pro Display XDR
Well this is most talked about item in Apple's keynote 2019, as this device costs $5000 + $1000 for stand. I now remember:
This display is the first 32-inch Retina 6K display(we are still struggling with 4K devices) is on its way.