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Apple rarely introduces new hardware at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, but this year, the event provided plenty of software updates to talk about. The company showed off new operating systems for iPhone, iPad and Mac, along with initiatives that touch the health-tracking and smart home markets, a slew of new features like third-party keyboards, and even a new programming language. The new version of iOS, which will come to iPhones and iPads in the fall, includes many new features. iCloud Drive can share files between your Mac, your iOS device and Windows. With Family Sharing, up to six family members can share iTunes content across devices.



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