It is that time again. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starts today. As always, the proceedings will begin with a keynote that will contain most of the biggest news. Apple has invited a small number of guests to attend the keynote at Apple Park, although most people will have to tune in virtually. The event kicks off at 1pm ET and you can watch it below.
You get a first good look at features coming to iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and the following macOS. The updates should come later this year, although you can try the new OS versions early if you’re willing to install the various developer betas.
We have an idea of what to expect from WWDC thanks to a mishmash of reports and leaks. Health, messages, notifications and the lock screen would all be eligible for updates on iOS 16 and iPadOS 16. Improved multitasking is believed to be on its way to iPad, while iOS is expected to get support for always-on screens before that. feature is coming to some of the next generation iPhones.
There are also rumors that Apple will announce a new MacBook Air that runs on an M2 processor. At least we won’t have to wait long to find out what Apple has in store.
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