This year’s Apple WWDC didn’t deliver the AR/VR announcement we were hoping for, but it was still a memorable event. The majority of this was due to Craig Federighi’s amazing host and a screenshot asking to be a meme.
However, there were some exciting moments related to the focus of the event, such as major software upgrades and an overall focus on privacy.
Here’s everything you need to know about WWDC 2022.
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First and foremost, we have to honor the man who carried this event on his back, because the majority of it was actually pretty boring. Craig Federighi is Apple’s vice president of software engineering, and he should quit his day job because he has charisma with a capital “C.” What happened to his talk show?
Now on to the official announcements. The latest operating system for iPhone was unveiled at today’s event. The ability to edit or cancel iMessages is a feature that has already garnered interest across the internet. If only that had been available to Roman Roy of Succession.
watch OS 9
Comprehensive improvements to watchOS elevate the Apple Watch to the forefront of the fitness tracking game. Improved motion sensors to identify and track different types of movement, detailed sleep tracking, and monitoring for atrial fibrillation and heart rate are among the new features.
Today Apple announced significant improvements to the MacBook Air, starting with performance. The new Macbook Air is the first Mac equipped with Apple’s most powerful processor, the M2. The Air also has a new body design, a larger screen, and weighs just 2.7 pounds.