WWDC21

Get a Sneak Peek at iOS 15

Here’s a quick recap of the WWDC keynote.

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Groundbreaking new features for iPhone, iPad, and Mac were previewed at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Here’s a quick recap of what’s coming to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS:

• Maps offers a beautiful new 3D experience with new road details to help drivers move throughout a city.

• Safari has a gorgeous new look, support for extensions, and a way to keep your tabs organized across iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

• With spatial audio and Portrait mode, FaceTime conversations flow as easily as they do face-to-face.

• watchOS 8 gives your Portrait mode photos a starring role, offers new mindfulness experiences, and lets you unlock your smart lock from your wrist.

• With SharePlay you can share your screen, listen to music, or watch a movie with your friends, all in sync.

• Focus is a new way to match your device to your current mindset by carving out time in your day for your work or personal life.

• Live Text lets you select, drag, and copy text in your photos.

• Find My separation alerts notify you when you leave your AirPods behind.

• Private Relay in iCloud+ makes your Safari browsing more private and secure.

• On iPad, you can now place widgets among the apps on your Home Screen, and App Library automatically organizes your apps.

To dive deeper, check out the Apple Developer app. There you can watch the entire conference keynote and Platforms State of the Union, straight from the app’s WWDC tab. And throughout WWDC week, you’ll be able to stream hundreds of sessions covering the latest technologies.

After the conference ends, you’ll find new content year-round in the Apple Developer app. Stay tuned for articles and videos on development, design, and distribution; breaking developer news; and inspiring profiles of notable developers and designers.

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