Apple WWDC 2022: iOS 16, macOS Ventura, M2 MacBook Air, and more - The Verge
Apple made a ton of major announcements at WWDC this year, giving us a glimpse at iOS 16, macOS 13 Ventura, the M2-upgraded MacBook Air and Pro, and much more. Here’s a roundup of all the big news.
Apple revealed a ton of exciting news at WWDC 2022, giving us a glimpse at the highly-anticipated macOS Ventura, iOS 16, the M2 chip, a new MacBook Air, and much more.
If you weren’t able to catch the conference live, here’s a list of Apple’s biggest announcements.
Apple has announced iOS 16, and the update brings a totally revamped and customizable lock screen interface. This lets you add custom wallpapers, change the date and time’s font and color, as well as add new widgets for weather, activity rings, calendar events, and more. Apple is also pushing updates to notifications and its Focus feature.
iOS 16 brings Live Activities that let you pin and manage notifications, like live sports scores, on your lock screen. Apple is also introducing hideable notifications that appear at the bottom of the lock screen.
With iOS 16, you’ll get the ability to edit any messages you send in the Messages app, as well as undo any messages you sent by mistake. Apple is also introducing the ability to mark a message as unread so you can easily find it later.