Apple's WWDC 2022 preview

WWDC 2022

Tim Cook opens this year's developer conference with the keynote, as he does every year. At this keynote Apple will show a preview of all its operating systems and maybe we will also get some hardware news presented, who knows…

WWDC 2022

As always, Apple is keeping a very low profile and the rumor mill hardly has any information. Here you can read some speculations and rumors about the upcoming WWDC.

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iPadOS 16

With iPadOS 15 Apple introduced multitasking, the upcoming iPadOS 16 will probably focus even more on professional work with the iPad. This also means that the iPad will become a serious working device for many users. I eagerly wish for a which is currently not available for the iPadOS.

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iOS 16

Very little is known about innovations in iOS 16, the appearance is not expected to change dramatically. Some developments are anticipated for the and user aids. Personally, I would be happy to see a revision of and also more practical features like the automatic detection of objects in photos.

macOS 13

The Mac operating system is secure, reliable and stable. What is perhaps currently noticeable, is the system performance, which isn't always keeping up with the new processors. Apple is said to have been working on this for some time. For me, improving the performance in Safari would be an extremely welcome innovation in the upcoming macOS 13.

One more thing?

I am just as curious as you are and hope to be surprised with many exciting innovations from Apple on June 6th, 2022.

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on May 30th, 2022 under Products
Tags: macOS iOS iPadOS Apple WWDC-22 Keynote Rumors Developer

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