Until Apple’s WWDC keynote launches, only hours remain and rumors continue to emerge. Stay tuned for this post as we keep track of the latest developments and rumors as we count down the hours to the big show.
WWDC: How to watch
You can watch Keynote WWDC using the TV app on Apple TV, iPhone, iPad or Mac, or go to the Apple Events page in Safari. Or you can watch the event on YouTube below.
WWDC: Live Updates
12:58 PM ET: damn right Pt. He plays 2 by Audry Nuna and DJ Snake
1:00 PM ET: Tim Cook launched the keynote “Big Day Announcements of Our Technologies and Platforms.”
13:05: Tim talks about Apple’s development initiatives around the world. A “big week” awaits us.
13:05: Craig Federighi will take us down to talk about iOS 16. New features of intelligence, sharing and communication.
13:06: ALL NEW LOCKED SCREENS
13:08: Select photos, fonts, colors, widgets
13:10: Announcements appear from below, Live Activities offers “compact and clear updates”
13:12: Focus filters allow you to get more detailed information with focus modes
13:13: Editing messages !! Messages Undo sending !!
13:15: SharePlay in News
13:15: Dictation on the device allows you to “smoothly switch between voice and touch”. The keyboard remains open, allowing you to edit without leaving the dictation interface
13:17: Live text comes into the video. Pause the video and grab text from any slide.
13:20: Wallet: share keys with other users on iOS and (coming soon) Android
13:21: Apple Tap to Pay is coming this month. Apple Pay Later allows you to split the cost of anything you buy into four payments with no interest or fees
13:22: Apple Pay order tracking coming soon
13:23: It maps routes with multiple stops, adds additional stops while driving using Siri in CarPlay
13:26: Follow teams and leagues in the new Apple News My Sports tab
13:29: Faster setup, better parental control in Family Sharing
13:30: Library of shared photos on iCloud, share it with up to five other people
13:33: Personal security, quickly turn off someone else’s access to your location and passwords using a security check
13:37: All new Home application
13:40: New generation CarPlay with deep integration with car hardware
13:42: Personalized surround sound for “more accurate” listening.
13:45: 4 new watchOS dials: Astronomy, Lunar Watch face, PlayTime, Metropolitan
13:46: New announcement banners, pinned apps
13:47: New exercise views so you can see more metrics at a glance
13:48: Better tracking for running, triathletes
13:50: The fitness app available for the iPhone tp contributes to achieving the goal of daily exercise
13:51: Sleep phase to find out what phase of sleep you are in
13:52: View the complete history of Afibu
1: 53 hours: Monitor, manage and receive drug alerts. Scan the label with the iPhone
13:56: NEXT GENERATION OF APPLE SILICON: M2
14:00: M2: 8-core CPU (4 high-performance cores, 4 high-performance cores), 10-core GPU
14:02: ALL NEW MACBOOK AIR FULLY DIVIDED AROUND M2
14:05: Liquid Retina display (with notch), new blue color, MagSafe, without fan, same battery life, fast charging with 67W adapter
14:10: 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2, same design
14:11: MacBook Pro $ 1,199, MacBook Pro $ 1,299
14:13: macOS 13 Adventure
14:14: Stage Manager, arranges windows to the side and places the application running forward and in the middle
14:16: Spotlight has better search, rich results and the ability to take action
14:18: Mail: The biggest search redesign in recent years
14:20: Safari Shared Tab Group, share and collaborate on cards with friends and family
14:21: Access keys use powerful cryptographic keys and biometrics to replace passwords, they cannot be phishing or leaked
14:22: Access keys initiate the transition from passwords
14:23: Metal 3 / Metal FX Upscaling increases gaming performance. Well Man’s Sky, Resident Evil Village will be released later this year
14:26: Handoff comes to FaceTime, switches calls between devices
14:27: Continuity Camera allows you to use your iPhone’s camera as a webcam for your Mac
14:31: WEATHER APPLICATIONS on iPadOS 16
14:32: Collaboration on iPadOS 16 allows you to quickly share conversations in News
14:35: Freeform, which comes “later this year”, lets you collaborate on a whiteboard across all devices
14:39: Better playing with Metal 3, API in the background
14:40: DESKTOP CLASS APPLICATIONS
14:41: Undo, find and replace customizable toolbars throughout the system
14:42: Reference mode for color accuracy with iPad Pro
14:43: M1 function (iPad Pro and iPad Air): Virtual memory replacement, display scaling
14:44: Stage Manager from macOS 13 comes to iPadOS16
14:47: Beta for developers today, public beta next month, released this fall
14:48: It’s a cover! Stay tuned to Macworld for full coverage.
WWDC: Last minute rumors
The Apple Store is down: As usual, Apple has canceled its online store in preparation for today’s keynote. The news is different – instead of “Be back now” with the Apple logo, there is a picture of WWDC called “News Development”. It says, “We’re updating the Apple Store.” Come back after the event, stream to apple.com or the Apple TV app. Remarkably, this is the first time since 2017 that Apple has closed the Apple Online Store during a WWDC keynote. HomePod and iMac Pro were unveiled this year, but were not delivered until much later.
MacBook air: Mark Gurman a Ming-Chi Kuo agrees that Apple plans to launch a redesigned MacBook Air at WWDC. However, it may not be in the different colors we expected. Gurman says rumors of a number of new colors are “probably exaggerated” and Kuo says the new notebook will come in “three standard color variants (silver, space gray, gold) and more [probably] one new color. “
Even more fuel added to the fire when B&H Photo discovered a 14-inch MacBook Air with an M2 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. However, a tweet by Shawn C. Steiner, who identifies himself as B&H Senior Manager for Web Creative Content, says B&H has previously created product listings that are “rumors based on rumors” (more on that in a moment), and that could be what’s going on here and there…
13-inch MacBook Pro: Gurman says the plan for the 13-inch MacBook Pro has been “dropped” due to lack of supply and is likely to be launched sometime in the fall. The 9to5Mac also unveiled a B&H Photo offering for a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 processor, but again, it’s probably a rumor-based B&H estimate.
Mac mini tower: Another list B&H Photo, this one for Mac mini tower with 8GB RAM, 256GB storage and M1 Pro processor. A B&H representative says the record was created as an estimate for the “last event” and was never removed from the site.
M2 Mac mini: Another B&H Photo “guess” that has never been downloaded is the M2 Mac mini with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Mac Pro: Ian Zelbo, the artist responsible for illustrating the Apple Front Page Tech concept, believes B&H has also revealed the upcoming release of the Apple Silicon Mac Pro by labeling the current model as “Item Discontinued.” (However, we were unable to confirm this. All Mac Pro models we see there appear to be available for purchase, with an expected delivery time of two to eight weeks.)
Zelbo also claims that Apple has made its introductory Mac Pro video on YouTube private, which could be another clue to the new Mac Pro.
AR headset: Although there was some hope that Apple would offer a preview of its upcoming AR headset, reports now say it is unlikely to appear at the event.
watchOS 9: MyHealthyApple recorded an FDA 501 (K) record that points to new Apple Watch features that allow users to view a history of their atrial fibrillation readings.
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