The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is a technology conference organized by Apple Inc. every year. The conference is usually held in California's San Jose Convention Center. WWDC 2021 was presented online due to COVID-19 safety limitations.
Apple unveiled iOS 15, which will be available for iPhones this autumn, at WWDC 2021. The presentation kicked off with a keynote talk that doubled as a product announcement extravaganza, showcasing new software capabilities and upcoming updates to Apple's several services. Yesterday’s announcements come just over a month after Apple unveiled its newest batch of new gear at an event.
FaceTime has been improved, iMessage has been overhauled, Notifications have been upgraded, and more are among the new features. iOS 15 is now available as a developer beta, with a public beta expected in July. Meanwhile, Apple is expected to release iOS 15 in the fall, along with the rumored iPhone 13.
Here are some of our favourite new features!
Share the mouse and keyboard, with an iPad!
The newest version of macOS, Monterey, is named after a picturesque beach town on California's central coast. It now includes new features that allow users to utilize the same mouse and keyboard on both a Mac and an iPad. The mouse cursor may move between the iPad and a Mac laptop or desktop, thus turning the iPad into a second screen. It's even compatible with Mac computers. Universal Control is the name of the feature.
The iPhone can now detect if you are about to fall while walking!
Apple claims that its iPhone technology can detect users' balance, stability, and coordination, and warn them if they're at risk of falling. Walking steadiness is the metric Apple is synthesizing. Apple will send you a notification if the user is at risk of falling.
Text from screenshots can be copied!
Apple has unveiled a new Live Text feature that will digitize all of your photos' text. This unlocks a plethora of useful features, including the ability to convert handwritten notes into emails and texts and the ability to search your camera roll for receipts or recipes you've taken. This will definitely be a lifesaver!
Make 3D Models from Photos!
One of the most significant new technologies introduced on Monday allows developers to convert two-dimensional photos into three-dimensional models. Apple used a sneaker as an illustration. This allows iPhone users to capture a series of images and then transform them into a model that can be used in augmented reality apps.
With SharePlay, you can share your music on Facetime!
Through a feature called SharePlay, Apple is adding video and music sharing to FaceTime. People on the call will be able to watch or listen to content in sync with everyone else on the call using SharePlay, either by casting the video to an Apple TV device while remaining on the call or by viewing both on the same screen using Picture in Picture.
The perks don’t just end here. Apple is changing the look of notifications to make them more visible, including making app icons larger. Spotlight will be able to search photographs and text in photographs starting with iOS 15. Photos can be referenced by location, persons, situations, or objects, and Live Text may be used to add text to them. The good news is that all iPhones(plus iPods) will be able to enjoy the features of iOS 15. The latest iMac, MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, as well as Apple's Intel-based Macs, will be supported by macOS Monterey.