At WWDC 2019, Apple announced a slew of software updates headed toward the Apple family of devices, including the iPhone, iPad, Mac desktops and laptops, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. There’s also the announcement of the new Mac Pro, a powerful computing device that hasn’t been refreshed since 2013. Dark mode for iOS is official. It was so welcome that there was an audible squeal in the audience. A lot of apps are getting small updates: there’s now also swipeable texting in Messages and suggested contacts for when you share things with those you message most frequently. The music app also brings a lyric mode that shows the words live alongside the song. Memoji are getting more personalization tools, like new makeup options, hairstyles, and accessories. Reminders is getting a large refresh. For example, if you tag someone in a reminder, you’ll also get that reminder the next time you message that contact when it’s time to chat about whatever you had noted before. Maps is getting a much bigger update that offers more a detailed map and a shortcut on the launch page that shows your favorite spots and collections of places saved. When you tap on a place, you’ll get a street view photo ...