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Here’s Everything that were Launched and Unveiled at Apple’s WWDC23 Event

Apple’s a week-long WWDC23 event has begun and at the keynote of the event, 17 new big and small announcements were done which includes announcements about some of the much-awaited devices from Apple and also about some of the exciting new features that the brand is bringing to its various devices

This article will be all about the devices and new features that were launched and unveiled at the event with a brief idea of what you should know. So let’s just jump into the highlights of the WWDC23 event.

Apple WWDC23 Highlights: Everything Launched and Unveiled

To sum up, on the devices that have been unveiled, Apple had revealed its much-awaited Apple Vision Pro, a mixed reality spatial computer running on the world’s first spatial operating system, visionOS which blends both digital contents and what is in the physical world to offer a unique visual experience to its users. Apart from this amazing device, the brand also unveiled three Macs at the event. The first among them is the 15″ MacBook Air, titled as the “world’s best 15-inch laptop” along with the Mac Studio with M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips and the Mac Pro with the M2 Ultra chip.

Now coming to the unique features that the brand has announced, Apple with the iOS 17 will be bringing a few updates to its Phone, FaceTime, and Messages apps and will be introducing a new feature called StandBy on its latest iOS operating system. With the StandBy feature, users are provided with new ways of expressing themselves, sharing content and contact information, and even viewing information with just a glance. A new Journal app will also be there on iOS 17, with which its users will be able to reflect and practice gratitude and also focus on their personal well-being.

The watchOS 10 will be bringing a new user interface with redesigned apps along with a Smart Stack for relevant widgets. New watch faces will also be present in Apple’s watchOS 10. Other than these UI changes, the new watch OS 10 operating system will bring features that help cyclists and hikers track their activity and a Mindfulness app, to provide its users with a soothing relaxing experience depending on their moods and emotions.

The iPadOS 17 will also be bringing some exciting new personalization features to the lock screen and interactive features to widgets. With the updates on Messages and FaceTime, users will also be able to express themselves in the best possible way. Apple will also bring the Health app to its iPad devices with the iPadOS 17 operating system.

Regarding the macOS Sonoma, with the latest features a unique and advanced desktop experience will be offered to its users. A better gaming experience is also being offered.

With the latest tvOS 17 operating system, users will be able to enjoy FaceTime on their Apple TV along with a Split View feature that enables its users to watch content and see their loved ones on the FaceTime call.

Lastly, the brand has brought a few software updates to its AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) with three powerful features which include Adaptive Audio, Personalized Volume, and Conversation Awareness features, along with some other updates making calls and Automatic Switching easily on all of Apple’s AirPods lineup.


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