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Check out all the videos displayed during WWDC19's opening keynote [atualizado 2x]

An event, dozens of news. This is basically the summary of the first day of WWDC19, in which Apple introduced new versions of its operating systems (iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina 10.15, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13), new hardware and more.

During the presentation, Ma played a handful of videos to introduce the announced news, such as Dark Mode (Dark mode) from iOS 13, Memojis' new customization options, Voice Control (Voice control) from iOS 13 and macOS Catalina 10.15, and finally the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR.

Check out all the following videos:

WWDC 2019 Good Night, Developers

WWDC's opening video was, as part of the event's theme, developer-focused and shows a part of the lives of these professionals who work tirelessly to create some of the apps that help us on a daily basis.

As usual, it is worth highlighting the details that Apple inserts in their videos to make everything more cohesive, such as the fact that the video is produced in black and white (which we can associate with the Dark Mode announcement on iOS or not, you will know . 😛

When the world goes to sleep, developers stay to pursue their dreams.

“For All Mankind” – First Look at the Official Trailer | Apple TV +

When talking about the news of tvOS 13, Apple took the opportunity to show the first trailer of the series “For All Mankind”which will be available to Apple TV + subscribers.

What if the space race had never ended? Watch a first official look at “For All Mankind”, an original Apple drama series to be released this spring on Apple TV +.

Introducing Dark Mode on iOS 13

Awaited by many users, the new theme of iOS is not quite a novelty in the universe of Apple. As we know, macOS 10.14 Mojave introduced Dark Mode on Macs, and now the legacy fans of this look can enjoy it on iPhones, iPads, and iPods touch as well.

IOS now lives in the dark. A cool new look that's easy on the eyes and perfect for low light environments. Coming in the spring of 2019.

Memoji Makeup Tutorial

Makeup artists and YouTubers Patrick Starrr and Desi Perkins collaborated with Apple on a fun video of how to use (and abuse) Memoji's new customization options, available for X, XS, XS Max and XR iPhones.

Patrick Starrr and Desi Perkins show how glamorize totally your Memoji with all the new makeup, hairstyles, head pieces and piercings on iOS 13. In the spring of 2019.

Introducing Voice Control on Mac and iOS

As we reported, the new Voice Control feature of macOS and iOS gives the user the power to control them by voice apparently, as the video below shows, very simply. Basically, the feature uses quick phrases and commands to perform an action, being critical for people with mobility issues.

Voice Control gives your voice the power to navigate, dictate and work your devices in a new way. Coming in the spring of 2019.

Introducing New Mac Pro and XDR Pro Display

Expectations for the new Mac Pro and XDR Display Pro (6K, 32 inch) are directly proportional to their prices. As we have already pointed out, the brand new Mac has an absurd configuration capability that makes it by far the most advanced computer on Apple.

At the same time, Ma introduced its new monitor, which offers extreme dynamic range (in addition to HDR), wide color gamut (P3), contrast ratio of 1,000,000: 1 and regular brightness at 1,000. nits (with 1,600 peaks nits).

Introducing the most configurable and scalable Mac of all time, and the best professional monitor in the world. The Mac Pro has a Xeon processor with up to 28 cores, several slots and the largest memory capacity ever made on a Mac. It also offers the world's most powerful graphics card and a new accelerator card that eliminates the need for proxy workflows. Pro Display XDR completes the system with a 32 inch Retina 6K monitor, offering extreme dynamic range, a wide range of P3 colors and excellent contrast ratio. Coming in the spring of 2019.

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Update by Rafael Fischmann 06/04/2019 s 09:31

For those interested, the full keynote video can now be viewed on the Apple website (or tvOS's Apple Events app) over 2 hours and 17 hours. Soon, he should also paint on YouTube.

Update II by Eduardo Marques 06/05/2019 s 18:00

The opening keynote video is now also available on YouTube.