Video: WWDC, the recap of the first day
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New operating systems and authoring tools await developers.

As the WWDC 2022 opening conference has just ended , it’s time to take a look at the various announcements heard during it. For the occasion, Apple has prepared a short summary video in which some key features of iOS 16 are recalled, such as editing messages in the eponymous app or customizing the lock screen.

The Worldwide Developer Conference was also an opportunity to shed light on watchOS 9 , which can now remind you to take your medication and includes dials with a new design.

Computers

With this, Apple silicon acquires a latest generation processor, the M2. We do not yet know if it will arrive on iPad like its predecessor (the M1) but two Macs can already benefit from it: the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro unveiled last night as well. The first is entitled to a notch for the camera and sees its screen enlarged to reach a diagonal of 13.6 inches.

During the keynote, however, we did not hear of a Mac Pro as claimed by some rumors so far. But Ming-Chi Kuo has just predicted the organization of another conference next January, during which a mixed reality headset should see the light of day.

For the virtual part, macOS Ventura is out with improvements for Mail like the ability to cancel or schedule an email.

For Developers

Of course, the WWDC also directly affected the creators of iOS apps, in particular with several new APIs : Shared with You, App Intents and Live Activity. The iPads are also now delivered to the Weather app, which has its own software library, while SwiftUI is more efficient and more flexible.

Users will be able to install iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, iOS 16, macOS Ventura, and tvOS 16 starting this fall . Until then, developers can however test this version on their devices but bugs may occur. It is therefore better to wait, probably until the marketing of the iPhone 14, to take advantage of it. Mobiles are expected in four different versions for two screen sizes: 6.1 or 6.7 inches.

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