The first set of Apple's new products for late 2019 have arrived, with new iPhones, a new entry-level iPad and new Apple Watch with always-on display, alongside Apple Arcade and Apple's streaming TV service, with new iPad Pros and a new MacBook still to come, presumably in October.
If you have a spare iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV, and are keen to not only test out Apple's new iOS 13, iPadOS, MacOS Catalina and tvOS 13 betas, then go for it, but wait before you install on your primary devices.
Enterprises have a lot to gain from the coming iPhone, iPad and macOS updates announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference last week, with security, single sign-on, device enrolment features and more.
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