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Apple WWDC Event 2022 Keynote Highlights: Complete Announcement of Apple’s Newest Launches on Day 1

Apple WWDC Event has come up with promising new launches for 2022. Apple held its World Wide Conference for 2022 in the late hours of Monday, 6th of June. For developers, it is the summertime of integrating new developments across various Apple devices. The Apple operating system upgrades included the iOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, macOS 13, and iPadOS 16. What was even more exciting in this keynote session, was the introduction of the M2 processor that is going to be used in the Apple Hardware very soon.

Keynotes from Apple WWDC Event 2022 Day 1

Apple has announced some amazing upgrades that will be implemented within this year, making it a haven for developers across the globe.
Let’s begin with the new Apple update features that have been announced on Day 1.

iOS 16

The launch of iOS 16 features has been implied to be one of the biggest upgrades in the iPhone software. A wide range of Lock Screen features and the capability of customizing the themes and colors is just one of the many upgrades that have been included with the iOS 16- supported devices. It brings with it an extremely organized way of managing notifications in the iOS ecosystem.
The complete reimagination of iOS 16 will be an added benefit to the end-users through SharePlay and FaceTime upgrades. Apple is enabling and pushing the AR features to be integrated with the iOS 16 update. The AR abilities with built-in parental control and an easier way to set up a new device can be performed seamlessly. With the Live Text feature, texts can be selected via images, and quick actions can be deliberated through AR abilities. The Family Sharing feature is a brand new experience for users. The photo libraries stored in the iCloud can be shared with various members of the family (up to 6 people) without the hassle of resending them each time with the Shared Photo Library introduced in iOS 16.
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