Apple opened its Worldwide Developer Conference yesterday, and it was a busy event with lots of announcements. Let’s look back at the two-hour event and look at everything announced by Cupertino.
The iOS 16 is on its way with a new lock screen that now allows widgets. The clock and date offer unprecedented customization – there are different fonts, colors, and even shades of the said colors.
WatchOS 9 was also previewed, and it will bring four new watch faces, while the Workout app has been updated to display more info and metrics.
The new MacBook Air gets a refreshed design while the Pro version will get the newly announced M2 chip. Mac computers will get macOS Ventura this fall, and it will come with Stage Manager – an overhaul of Mission Control.
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Apple iOS 16 is here with a focus on the lock screen
Notifications, Messages, Wallet, Maps, News, and CarPlay got updates.
Apple announces watchOS 9 with new watch faces and health features
Includes an enhanced Workout app, AFib tracking, and a new Medications app.
Apple unveils M2 chipset with 18% faster CPU, 35% faster GPU compared to the M1
It’s built on a more advanced 5nm process, and comes with two extra GPU cores.
Apple overhauls MacBook Air, MacBook Pro also gets to taste the M2
The new MacBook Air supports MagSafe Charging and up to 24GB of unified memory.
macOS Ventura gets Stage Manager, option to use iPhone as a webcam
FaceTime handoff, being able to unsend a message, Shared Photo Library are the other highlights.
Apple’s iPadOS 16 arrives with new multitasking experience for M1 iPads
There are also improvements to the Mail app built-in, as well as passkeys to replace passwords in Safari.