Apple’s 33rd annual WWDC 2022 unveiled a slew of new features for all of their operating systems which kicked off on Monday, June 6. Apple’s major upgrade came with iOS 16, which included a slew of new capabilities. Apple also revealed the new M2 SoC, as well as macOS Ventura, its new operating system for Macs. Along with the typical preview of Apple’s next software platforms, Apple also unveiled two new MacBooks, including a next-generation upgrade to the company’s most popular laptop, the MacBook Air. It’s also added more functionality to CarPlay, Apple’s automobile infotainment platform, and made a step toward passwordless logins on macOS with Passkey. On that topic, let’s take a look at Apple’s major announcements at WWDC 2022.
iOS 16: Customisable lock screen, notifications, live text translation, and more
With iOS 16, Apple has made a number of changes. Firstly, there is a completely redesigned and configurable lock screen UI. You can modify the font and color of the date and time and add custom wallpapers. Users can also create new widgets for weather, activity rings, and a variety of other things. Apple is also making modifications to new updates. Through the Live activities, the user can pin and control notifications. All these things are available on the lock screen.READ MORE