Apple today released two new operating systems for iOS and macOS, which will run on the company’s new iPhones and iPads.
The new operating system, called OS X El Capitan, will come with the first 64-bit version of Apple’s operating system and the first 128-bit versions of its iOS and tvOS software, according to the company.
The company’s next-generation tvOS, which launched in April, will use 64- and 128-core processors, the company said in a blog post.
The next-gen OS X will include support for virtual desktops and multitasking, the blog post said.
The company is also releasing a new set of apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, according.
The new apps include Apple’s Mail, Safari, Maps, Calendar, and Music.
Apple has also released a new video player for the iPad called iMovie.
Apple’s announcement comes days after it announced that it will release a new version of the iOS operating system for the first time.
OS X Yosemite will be released on July 24.
Apple also is expected to unveil a new Apple TV, the next major product line for the company that aims to compete with the big TV companies like Comcast and Amazon.