Wow what a week! We’re still going to step back and try to absorb all the announcements from this week’s WWDC, because in addition to a jam-packed segment dedicated to Apple’s various operating systems, we’ve got to see a new one with the M2 chip and the introduction of something new. Hardware is also found. Mac.. Run it
We’ll have the next few months to review them before Apple releases software updates to the public, and the new M2-based hardware won’t be available until next month, so there’s more to come. And of course, we’re already hearing new rumors about upcoming products, so stay tuned!
Everything Apple announced in 13 minutes at the WWDC 2022 keynote
Apple started WWDC 2022 this week with a keynote speech announcing a wide array of new hardware and software. On the hardware side, Apple introduced a redesigned MacBook Air and a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, both powered by its new M2 chip.
On the software side, Apple previewed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura and watchOS 9, each packed with a long list of new features. While it wasn’t mentioned in the keynote, there is also a tvOS 16 update for Apple TV along with some new features. All updates are currently in beta and will be released publicly in the fall.
We have prepared a video that summarizes the inaugural address of WWDC in just 13 minutes.
Apple announces redesigned MacBook Air with M2 chip, Notch, MagSafe, new colors and more
The next-generation MacBook Air with the new M2 chip features a redesigned case with flatter edges, a stunning 13.6-inch notch display, new color options like Starlight and Midnight, MagSafe charging, a 1080p camera and more.
MacBook Air with M2 is available with up to 8-core GPU and 10-core GPU. The laptop can be configured with up to 2TB of SSD storage with up to 24GB of memory. Pricing starts at $1,199 with orders starting next month.
Apple also announced an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, with the only notable change being the addition of the M2 chip.
Apple announces iOS 16 with customizable lock screen and many other new features
Apple introduces iOS 16 to the iPhone with a long list of new features, including a redesigned lock screen that can now be customized with widgets, custom font and color options, and а lot.
We’ve put together a video showing off the most important features in iOS 16, including the ability to temporarily send or edit iMessages. Check out our iOS 16 roundup for everything you need to know about the update.
Apple announces iPadOS 16 with Stage Manager and more
iPadOS 16 includes many of the new features introduced in iOS 16, as well as new collaboration and multitasking features, a weather app, and more, and we tried out some of our favorite new features.
On the iPad Pro and iPad Air models with the M1 chip, a new Stage Manager feature automatically organizes apps and windows to make switching between tasks faster and easier. As part of Stage Manager, M1 iPads have gained full support for external displays up to 6K resolution.
Apple introduces macOS Ventura with the ability to use the iPhone as a Mac webcam
The latest version of macOS is called Ventura, and one of the coolest new features in the update is the Continuity camera, which lets you use the iPhone as your Mac’s webcam.
Other new features in macOS Ventura include the Stage Manager, expanded support for game controllers like the Nintendo Joy-Cons, a redesigned System Settings app, the addition of clock and weather apps, and more.
Apple announces watchOS 9 with updated watch face, better fitness tracking, and more
watchOS 9 enhances the Apple Watch with several new and updated watch faces, additional metrics in the Workout app for fitness tracking, more insight into sleep patterns, and more.
The update will also make it easier to keep track of your medications on the Apple Watch, and a helpful new Accessibility feature lets you cast your Apple Watch screen to your iPhone and fully control the watch using helpful features like Switch Control and voice control on the iPhone. controls from.
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