Waiting for the launch of the iPhone 14? Know These Other Major Apple WWDC 2022 Announcements
Although the iPhone 14 launch is the most important thing on fans’ minds, there are plenty of other major rollouts expected long before that. Here’s everything you need to know.
Although the launch of the iPhone 14 is the most important thing on the minds of fans, there are many other major rollouts expected long before that i.e. software updates. Apple has revealed the date for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022. The event will take place between June 6 and June 10. The event will be streamed live online and there will also be in-person attendance, but only a limited number of people will be allowed. All attendees will be required to follow Apple’s health and safety protocols, including a negative COVID-19 test report. This year, the Cupertino-based tech giant is set to announce updates to all five major Apple operating systems, from iOS 16 to macOS 13. Check out all the software updates set to be announced at WWDC 2022 from Apple.
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Software launches expected at Apple’s WWDC 2022
The launch of the iOS 16 update will be the highlight of the event due to the large number of iPhone owners around the world. All iPhone users who own an iPhone like iPhone 7 or later that might support iOS 16 will be able to install the new version of iOS when it’s released in fall 2022. iOS 16 will be announced at the WWDC 2022, then rolled out to beta testers (registered app developers only) immediately after the keynote. iOS 16.0 will be released for everyone probably in September.
Accompanying iOS 16, iPadOS 16 is also expected to be announced at the event. It is supposed to integrate most of the new features of iOS 16 but adapted to a larger screen interface.
Well! Apple will also reveal what’s in store for its Monterey follow-up at WWDC 2022. And that’s expected to be macOS version 13.0. Although Apple has relied on a single version of Monterey for 18 years, from macOS 10.0 (Cheetah) in 2001 to macOS 10.15 (Catalina) in 2019. However, with the last two versions – macOS 11 Big Sur and macOS 12 Monterey , the arrival of macOS 13 can be expected this year.
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That’s not all, Apple will also release software updates for its Apple Watch as well as Apple TV at its next event. While watchOS 9 is expected to roll out for Apple Watch Series 4 and later, the tvOS 16 update and a brand new homeOS will be unveiled for Apple TV and HomePod and HomePod mini respectively. Stay tuned for more news!