Apple announced a few big updates at yesterday’s opening WWDC keynote.
Here’s a quick recap of the highlights:
🖥 macOS Big Sur:
Big name, big update. Big Sur marks Apple's biggest Safari update yet with notable enhancements to Messages, Maps and Privacy.
📱 iOS 14:
It’s all about the widgets. Customize your homescreen with movable widgets, automatically organize your App Library, save App Clips, and multitask answering a FaceTime while using another app.
📲 iPadOS 14:
This update focuses on the iPad’s large Multi-Touch display with a new side bar for better search, Siri integration and a powerful new handwriting feature called Scribble.
Your Apple Watch will now include more opportunities to personize and share your face. Most timely in the age of COVID-19: The Watch will even track your hand washing. Your watch is watching you. 👀
Apple also announced a move way from intel with a move to Arm-based chips.
Betas will open over the next month with most updates fully launching in the fall. Will you be updating your devices?