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It’s WWDC week, when we get to know the software updates behind the hardware Apple announced at this year’s Spring event, includinghandjob handjob even more. His vote , iPadOS 15, macOS 12, WatchOS 8 and tvOS 15 (and Another rumored product that may be debuting: a new MacBook Pro with a redesigned .
Apple’s free, online-only WWDC will begin on June 7 at 10 a.m. PT, 1 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. BST, and June 8 at 3 a.m. AEST. (Sorry, Australia.), but our live preshow show has already started; You can watch it here. Then stay tuned for the event stream, or catch it straight from here Apple’s website.
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Last year, Apple announced a major change to its Mac computers, starting withFrom Intel-made chips to chips designed by Apple’s in-house team. That group has been building chips to power iPhones and iPads for more than a decade, and now Apple says those chips are capable of powering computers, too. So far, new computers powered by the new M1 chip have received positive reviews for their . Despite initially positive reception, industry watchers are eager to see how they’ll power the chips. . Apple can also use this event to announce it .
We may know more about the next version of macOS, but the biggest announcement at this event will probably be, the latest annual update to the company’s software for iPhones and iPads. This time, Software Update, which is usually free and In the fall, the rumor isrum Add new ways to handle app notifications, and make it new more interactive. (Currently they update data, but typically a tap just brings you into the app, rather than letting you interact via widgets.)
There are also rumors that the Apple Watch and its software may be getting new features. The Apple Watch can currently track pace, heart rate, ECG and blood oxygen levels. The next rumored move could be.
Apple’s online-only WWDC will begin on June 7 at 10 a.m. PT, 1 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. BST, and June 8 at 3 a.m. AEST. (Sorry, Australia.) Although Apple hasn’t officially announced whether CEO Tim Cook will headline the traditional opening keynote, it would be a shock if he didn’t appear.
Last month, Cook testified.
You’ll be able to stream Apple’s events directly from the company’s website. We’ll be covering the event live here at Nerdshala, just like we always do, with real-time news, insights and analysis you can only get here.
Apple’s digital events are fast-paced and smartly produced. WWDC also gets a bit dull and dreary, with Apple making jokes about its wacky marketing team coming up with a name for its software. Apple also makes fun of software head Craig Federighi’s hair.