The first day of Apple’s keynote presentation, WWDC 2021, was held last night. The Cupertino-based company demonstrated what it has in store for software, including iOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and WatchOS 8. Apple is distributing the new software to developers for testing purposes, allowing the corporation to iron out any early issues. Apple is rumoured to be providing the beta version to its public beta testers after a few weeks of testing. Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the updated software will be released to public beta testers in July.
Live Updates from Apple’s WWDC 2021 Keynote: The inaugural for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) begins tonight with a film created by app developers. The keynote sets the tone for what to expect from Apple in terms of software, whether it’s the next version of iOS, macOS, or watchOS.
The speech begins with a discussion of iOS 15, which includes improvements to FaceTime. Users will now be able to incorporate other app elements into a FaceTime session, such as music. With iPadOS 15, Apple adds multitasking features as well as widgets and an app library to the iPad. Apple has also unveiled a privacy-focused iCloud+ membership service.
Apple has also released MacOS Monterey, which includes features like Universal Control, Safari enhancements, and more. Users will be able to control their iPads and Macs with only one keyboard and trackpad thanks to Universal Control.
Apple watchOS 8 includes a new Mindfulness app, a redesigned Photos app, and Health app updates. Apple has already stated that these will be added to its music streaming service at no additional cost to members.