Apple WWDC 2022, what we expect to see

Apple WWDC 2022, what we expect to see. Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is arriving, as it kicks off on June 6 and lasts until the 10th. Those who attend will have to do so remotely, but their experience will be better if they do get to go in person, which is limited.


Apple WWDC 2022, what we expect to see

It’s all about software and developers at WWDC. What the casual user should look forward to is the new versions of Apple’s various operating systems that power its phones, tablets, watches, computers, media players and any other devices they might have.

iOS 16

The new version of the software will lay the groundwork for the new iPhones coming in September, which are rumored to have Always On Display technology. Apple’s main challenge with this is maintaining energy efficiency and there has always been a good guarantee that they can do so.


However, will iPhone 13 and older get it? Unlikely, as most of the energy conservation comes from hardware not software. Instead, one system-related change to keep an eye out for is an API giving users power over how the status bar is displayed.

This more adaptive system could signal a move away from the notch design on other iPhones in production now. Many are predicting that iOS 16 will revamp the notification system and other ways of notification access will be improved during this time period too.

Some others predict an overhaul of their operating system apps with iOS 16, specifically messages which will reportedly gain “social networking-like” functionality focused on audio messages. The Health app is expected to take on medicine management features and improve sleep and women’s health tracking.

iPadOS 16

The new version of iOS reportedly aims to make iPad more similar to a laptop. Changes in the multitasking interface will include free-form resizable windows sharing space with the current split-screen system. Even the app switcher will be touched up.


watchOS 9

On Monday, the iPhone 9 will reportedly make its highly anticipated debut featuring a new power-saving mode. It may allow for more apps and features to be used while prolonging battery life. The software may also have an improved interface and the rumored features will include atrial fibrillation detection, new workout types and metrics.

macOS 13 and new Macs

macOS 13, also to be called “Mammoth”, may see an overhaul of first-party apps with similar functionality compared to the counterparts on iOS.

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