Apple announced new software updates during the WWDC 2021
WWDC 2021 — Apple recently announced new software updates during this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)
Here’s what Apple unveiled during the said event:
Apple introduced new features and software improvements on iPhones by launching the iOS 15 mobile operating system — including FaceTime improvements such as Portrait Mode, Spatial Audio, and SharePlay; Focus and notifications; Apple Maps; Weather app; and Siri, among others.
Apple also introduced new features and software improvements on iPads by launching the iPadOS 15 operating system — including Widgets and App Library; Multi-tasking; Translate; and Swift Playgrounds, among others.
Aside from iOS and iPadOS, Apple also introduced new features and software improvements on Macs by launching the new macOS Monterey operating system — including Shortcuts and TestFlight apps; Universal Control; Safari improvements; and AirPlay to Mac, among others.
Moreover, Apple introduced new features and software improvements on Apple Watch by launching the watchOS 8 operating system — including Mindfulness and Photos app, among others.
You can watch the full keynote below:
According to Apple, the developer beta for these operating systems was already available today, while the public beta will be available next month and the stable version will be available this Fall.
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