WWDC 2022: Time, Schedule, MacOS 13, iOS 16 and What to Expect

    WWDC 2022 Time, Schedule, MacOS 13, iOS 16 and What to Expect

    It’s that time of year again for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), in which major updates to all its platforms will be announced. This will be the 33rd WWDC and, as in the previous two years, will be an online-only event due to COVID-19 precautions.

    Event details:

    The WWDC started on Monday June 6th and will last until Friday June 10th, with the keynote event happening on the first day. It is streaming at 10AM PT / 1PM ET. Multiple exciting updates on both software and hardware are being announced. Let’s see all the rumors we’ve heard so far.

    WWDC Software Update

    macOS 13 Ventura

    • Stage Manager
    • Collaboration over FaceTime
    • Safari, and other apps
    • Passkeys
    • Continuity — switching devices during FaceTime calls, using iPhone as your desktop camera
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    Source: Apple

    iOS 16

    • Personalized lockscreen & live updates
    • Focus
    • Wallet, in-app ID verification, Apple Pay Later
    • Maps — multistop routing
    • Family Sharing
    • iCloud Shared Photo Library
    • Safety Check, a new customized CarPlay interface
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    Source: Apple

    watch OS 9

    • New watch faces
    • Running form tracking
    • Customized training with Voice Over
    • Fitness App
    • Sleep stages detection
    • Medications
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    Source: Apple

    iPad OS 16

    • Stage manager
    • External display support
    • Weather app
    • Almost everything from iPhone OS 16, except the lock screen feature.
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    Source: Apple

    Hardware Update

    • MacBook Air
    • MacBook Pro
    • M2 Chips

    How to watch WWDC 2022:

    Apple will broadcast the WWDC 2022 event on different platforms. Here’s some of them:

    • Apple’s website: Watch directly from your browser.
    • Apple Developer app: Apple’s SharePlay will allow you to watch the event with your friends, through FaceTime.
    • Apple’s YouTube channel: You can directly watch the event on Apple’s YouTube channel.
    • Apple TV app: Use the Apple TV app so you can watch the event on your Apple TV, iPhone or Mac.

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