The WWDC22 keynote will take place on June 6, and it’s no surprise that this is an opportunity for Apple to reveal to developers and the rest of the world what future operating systems will look like. at the news On Sunday, Mark Gorman provided some details about iOS 16 (codenamed “Sydney”), watchOS 9 (“Kincaid”), macOS 13 (“Rome”), and tvOS 16 (“Paris”).
On the iOS side, we can expect significant improvements to notifications, which have already received with the regular summary functions of iOS 15 during the day as well as the focus mode. iOS 16 will also be the subject of new health monitoring functions. On the other hand, it is not planned to change the interface.
iPadOS 16 will benefit from a new multitasking interface, which has been redesigned with previous version. Obviously, this was not enough. This rumor also mentions the floating windows that I heard in March.
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Finally, watchOS 9 will bring significant improvements to activity and health monitoring. Hallway noises may tell us more by June 6th…
Gurman wrote that iOS 16 should include many references to rOS, the augmented reality headset operating system that Apple has been developing for years. Originally, this product was supposed to be revealed during the Worldwide Developers Conference, but eventually the event was to take place at the end of the year, or even next year.
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Apple AR device will launch during iOS 16 cycle anyway, hack confirms Bloomberg. The manufacturer probably wants to raise the sauce by then, so why not do it with an rOS preview to entice developers.
WWDC22 is still a good time to introduce two new Macs, probably one of them MacBook Air. New Mac mini (M1 Pro?) and 24-inch iMacs are also in the works, as is an update to the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
WWDC 2022 will take place approximately 6-10 June
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