New iOS 16 introduced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2022

by June 7, 2022 0 comments

Apple has unveiled its iOS 16 at Worldwide Developers Conference 2022 (WWDC) with several new features to look at. Apple also introduced M2 SoC, their new operating system, and a new line of MacBook Air along with some other big announcements at WWDC 2022.

What’s with the new iOS 16?

A totally revamped and customizable lock screen interface in this new update where one can now add custom wallpapers along with the access to change the font and color for the date and time. Bringing Versatility in UI, users can add new widgets for weather, and activity rings and can have multiple widgets at one time, filling the absence which was there from the beginning.

iOS 16 has enabled a new feature to edit messages that were sent in the Messages app, as long as it is to other iPhones. You can now also undo sending messages. The company has also introduced the ability to mark messages as unread to allow users to organize their messages in a better manner.

Powerful M2 chip

Makers claims, an 18 percent performance up-gradation for this processor that makes it very powerful compared to the M1 chip. Users can play high-end graphics games with the desired optimization.

A new line of MacBook Air with a new M2 chip

As mentioned earlier, the Macbook air has also been upgraded with new design sports with an M2 SoC chipset. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 upgrade will support 24GB RAM and up to 2TB storage. The new MacBook Pro with the M2 SoC will have 20 hours of battery life, and will also have the Touch Bar. The new MacBook will be available next month and will start at $1,299.

Further, a new security setup, OS 9 new health-tracking features, also the addition of four new Apple watches was seen during the conference.

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