WWDC22’s inaugural address will take place on June 6, and it will come as no surprise to Apple to show developers and the rest of the world what its future operating systems will look like. She newsletter On Sunday, Mark Gourman provided details on iOS 16 (codenamed “Sydney”), watchOS 9 (“Kincaid”), macOS 13 (“Rome”) and tvOS 16 (“Paris”).
On the iOS side, we can expect significant improvements in the notifications already received with iOS 15’s regular daytime summary features, as well as in focus mode. New health monitoring features will also be introduced in iOS 16. On the other hand, no changes to the interface are planned.
iPadOS 16 would benefit from a new multitasking interface, which was, however, redesigned with previous version. Obviously, that was not enough. These rumors also recall the floating windows heard in March.
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Finally, watchOS 9 would offer significant improvements in activity and health monitoring. Hallway noises can tell more until June 6 …
Gurman writes that the iOS 16 operating system must include many references to rOS, an augmented reality headset operating system that Apple has been developing for years. Initially, the product was due to be presented at a global developer conference, but eventually the event is likely to take place at the end of the year or even next year.
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The Apple AR device will in any case run during the iOS 16 cycle, assures Blumbergs. Maybe the manufacturer will want to raise the dressing in the meantime, why not with a rOS preview to lure developers.
However, in terms of hardware, WWDC22 could be the time to introduce two new Macs, one of which will likely be a MacBook Air. New Mac mini (M1 Pro?) And 24-inch iMacs are also being developed, as well as a 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh.
WWDC 2022 will take place from 6 to 10 June virtually
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