Craig Federighi talks iOS 16 lock screen redesign, macOS Ventura system settings, and ‘The Talk Show Live’

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Greg Joswiak, Apple SVP of Marketing with Craig Federighi, Apple SVP of Software Engineering, talks in detail about the iOS 16 lock screen redesign, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura’s new “Stage Manager” feature, the best of gaming on the Mac, and more. with. daring balls of fire John Gruber.

In this year’s WWDC installment of the talk show recorded live from Apple Park at Apple’s new Developer Center, two top executives discussed the latest software announcements, including a new set of customization features coming to the iPhone lock screen. Federighi said Apple wants to give users the ability to make their lock screen truly their own.

During the 90-minute conversation, Federighi addressed the recent controversy that has arisen following the introduction of macOS Ventura’s redesigned System Preferences, now renamed System Settings. an aspect of the redesign that has achieved noted on twitter How to remove video showing trackpad gestures from macOS. Federighi confirmed during the interview that those videos will return in a “new experience” in a future beta version of macOS Ventura.

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Federighi said that, despite what some might think, macOS Ventura’s redesign of system settings wasn’t heavily inspired by iOS. Instead, Federighi said the team’s main goal was consistency for users, calling the system settings in macOS Ventura a “great interface.”


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