Apple WWDC 2022: From iOS 16, macOS Ventura to new MacBook Air, here are the top 10 announcements

    Apple announced a plethora of new features for its various operating systems at the WWDC 2022 last night. The Cupertino-based company even surprised people around the world by announcing a new MacBook Air featuring its new flagship M2 chip. So, check out the top 10 announcements at the WWDC 2022.
    By: SHAURYA TOMER
    | Updated on: Jun 07 2022, 11:24 IST
    iOS 16
    Customizable lock screens in iOS 16: Apple has finally given users the ability to edit and create custom lockscreens as well as add widgets and live activities on iPhone lockscreens. (Apple)
    1/10 Customizable lock screens in iOS 16: Apple has finally given users the ability to edit and create custom lockscreens as well as add widgets and live activities on iPhone lockscreens. (Apple)
    iOS 16
    Messages: Messages has also received a substantial upgrade. You can now unsend messages and even have the option to edit already sent messages. Messages has also received the SharePlay feature to allow users to view content and text together simultaneously. (Apple)
    iOS 16
    2/10 Messages: Messages has also received a substantial upgrade. You can now unsend messages and even have the option to edit already sent messages. Messages has also received the SharePlay feature to allow users to view content and text together simultaneously. (Apple)
    M2 Chip
    M2 chip: Apple has revealed its brand-new flagship M2 chip. According to Apple, it is almost 18 percent faster than previous-gen M1 chips while being more power efficient. (Apple)
    M2 Chip
    3/10 M2 chip: Apple has revealed its brand-new flagship M2 chip. According to Apple, it is almost 18 percent faster than previous-gen M1 chips while being more power efficient. (Apple)
    MacBook Air
    MacBook Air: M2 powered MacBook Air was announced at the WWDC 2022 which surprised many. It has a thinner profile and a larger 13.6-inch display with up to 24GB of RAM. It starts at Rs. 1,19,900. (Apple)
    MacBook Air
    4/10 MacBook Air: M2 powered MacBook Air was announced at the WWDC 2022 which surprised many. It has a thinner profile and a larger 13.6-inch display with up to 24GB of RAM. It starts at Rs. 1,19,900. (Apple)
    Apply Pay
    Apple Pay Later: Apple has also announced Apple Pay Later which enables you to buy products and services and divides the payment into four equal payments over 6 weeks with no interest charged. It will be available on all existing places which accept Apple Pay. (Apple)
    Apply Pay
    5/10 Apple Pay Later: Apple has also announced Apple Pay Later which enables you to buy products and services and divides the payment into four equal payments over 6 weeks with no interest charged. It will be available on all existing places which accept Apple Pay. (Apple)
    Apple passkey
    Apple PassKeys: Apple PassKeys is a platform developed by Apple which aims to create a password-less society by creating passkeys for all your accounts which stay on your device and are safe from phishing. (Apple)
    Apple passkey
    6/10 Apple PassKeys: Apple PassKeys is a platform developed by Apple which aims to create a password-less society by creating passkeys for all your accounts which stay on your device and are safe from phishing. (Apple)
    Continuity camera
    Continuity Camera: Apple has brought a feature which allows users to use their iPhones as their webcam. This feature works seamlessly with your iPhone and MacBook. You can attach your iPhones with custom stands made by Belkin in collaboration with Apple. (Apple)
    Continuity camera
    7/10 Continuity Camera: Apple has brought a feature which allows users to use their iPhones as their webcam. This feature works seamlessly with your iPhone and MacBook. You can attach your iPhones with custom stands made by Belkin in collaboration with Apple. (Apple)
    Stage manager
    Stage Manager: macOS Ventura has a new feature called Stage Manager which makes multi-tasking easier. It pins your other tabs to the side while your current tab stays open. You can simply click on one of the other tabs to bring it up while the current one moves to the side. (Apple)
    Stage manager
    8/10 Stage Manager: macOS Ventura has a new feature called Stage Manager which makes multi-tasking easier. It pins your other tabs to the side while your current tab stays open. You can simply click on one of the other tabs to bring it up while the current one moves to the side. (Apple)
    Collaboration
    Collaboration: Apple has made it easier to work on group projects with a new Collaboration feature on its new macOS Ventura. It allows you to share a file directly with your without needing to send them a copy of it. Simply click on collaborate and you’ll see other group members working on the same file. (Apple)
    Collaboration
    9/10 Collaboration: Apple has made it easier to work on group projects with a new Collaboration feature on its new macOS Ventura. It allows you to share a file directly with your without needing to send them a copy of it. Simply click on collaborate and you’ll see other group members working on the same file. (Apple)
    Apple CarPlay
    Apple CarPlay: Apple has also updated its CarPlay platform which currently runs on millions of vehicles around the world. You’ll now be able to see information such as your speed, mileage, distance travelled directly on your vehicle’s infotainment system, while keeping the information totally secure. (Apple)
    Apple CarPlay
    10/10 Apple CarPlay: Apple has also updated its CarPlay platform which currently runs on millions of vehicles around the world. You’ll now be able to see information such as your speed, mileage, distance travelled directly on your vehicle’s infotainment system, while keeping the information totally secure. (Apple)
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