Apple developer brings iOS 16, redesigned MacBook Air and much more
WWDC 2022 – Apple developer is all set to happen in a few days. On 6th June, the audience will learn about Apple’s scheme of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, & tvOS 16.
iOS 16 is all set to hit the market
WWDC 2022 is upgrading the whole operating system that’ll show up in the next iPhone models.
However, according to the rumours, Apple is planning to renovate the notification settings and lock screen settings while adding more competence to focus mode.
iPadOS 16 capacity and changes
According to Bloomberg’s reporter Gurman, iPadOS 16 will have major changes to windowing & multitasking.
Although the rumours turns out to be true, the users will be able to take full advantage of the upgraded system which will be available with the latest iPad Pro and iPad Air models with the M1 chip.
All about macOS 13
During WWDC 2022, Apple will introduce macOS 13 with transition features from Intel Macs to the company’s silicon now concluded.
There will be exclusive features in it. However, macOS 13 won’t have a health app included in mac air. Hence, the users will have to work on Mac without a fitness app another year.
Watch your time on WatchOS 9
WatchOS 9 is expected to have some upgraditon and changes during WWDC 2022.
The rumours believe that there can be slight change in appearance as compared to old models.
Likewise, there will be slight change in its display, it’ll also include low power mode along with new health measurements and day-to-day navigation
Any change in tvOS this year?
In WWDC 2021 (last year), Apple completely forgot about tvOS. So hopefully, this time tvOS 16 will be in the list.
According to Gurman (Bloomberg’s reporter), this time tvOS 16 will have more smart-home tie-ins, which is quite impressive from this operating system.
MacBook Air 2022
Apart from launching different operating systems, Apple can launch a brand new MacBook Air 2022 during WWDC with M2 chips in the new MacBook.
If this happens, the users can expect a totally new-designed MacBook with upgraded M chips.