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What Announced at WWDC 2023? iOS 17, Vision Pro, M2 Ultra Chips, 15-inch MacBook Air and More


Apple announced its "Wonderlust" launch event on September 12, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. PT (10:30 p.m. IST). Aside from the iPhone 15 Series, the event is expected to introduce the Apple Watch 9 Series, Apple Watch Ultra 2, and other products.

WWDC, the Worldwide Developers Conference, is a thrilling and captivating event that ignites passion and excitement in the hearts of tech enthusiasts and developers alike. It's a gathering that pulses with an electric energy, where dreams are realized and innovation takes center stage.

Finally! WWDC23 was open on June 5, and will last for about one week to June 9. What has announced at WWDC 2023? Let's going together!

Software: iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10

Apple unveiled new version of iOS (iOS 17), iPadOS (iPadOS 17), macOS (macOS 14), watchOS (watchOS 10), and the next version of tvOS.

iOS 17 has finally been revealed at WWDC 2023 with some great features in the latest update.

Contact Poster: You can customize your contact poster. It is a new visual identity for your contact card. When you call somebody, your card will be shown. It can be a photo or Memoji, added your preferred font. People can easily know who and what kind of person you are from your contact poster. Nice!

Live Voicemail: The real-time transcription from speech to text will help you receive all messages in one look. It will give you immediate context for the call. Unknown numbers will go to Live Voicemail if Silence Unknown Callers is on. Spam will not appear.

Messages New Features: Check In feature can notify someone to know when you arrive safely. It can know your location, share it to your friend or family members, as well as the battery and cell service status. End-to-end encrypted, so that your privacy is secreted. Catch-up and swipe to reply featues. You can directly jump to the first messages you miss and swipe to the right to send a reply. Moreover, you can share and view location on messages and read the messages in a moment.

New Journal App. A new app called Journal help you to write and remember sweet things during. The Journal app is private, now one even Apple cannot. It is safe.

Keyboard: New iOS 17 has the feature called autocorrected. And iOs 17 will auto completeb finish the words or sentences in one click.

NameDrop and Better AirDrop: NameDrop allows you swap numbers with others only by holding your iPhone near someone's else's or Apple Watch. A new way to share with those nearby is to bring you phone closer activities. Now data has be transfer even if you leave. One more cool thing is that when two devices close together, the shareplay begin.

Other features: stickers, FaceTime and StandBy, interactive widgets, Safari and passwords.

Hardware: Apple Vision Pro, 15-Inch Macbook Air, M2 Ultra Chips

The long-rumored mixed-reality headgear comes first, and it might make its debut this year. Undoubtedly, this is the most thrilling news from WWDC23. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman still expects that we will see an AR/VR headset during WWDC, despite recent reports suggesting that it may not be ready yet. As a result, the business may announce it, its operating system, and the pertinent development tools during the conference while delaying the sale.

New Macs might also be unveiled at WWDC23. During WWDC22, the firm unveiled the M2 chip and MacBook Air M2. A reported 15.5-inch MacBook Air is said to maintain the same visual aesthetic as its forerunner. Thus, it will likely have the same design as the 13.6-inch, M2-powered model but have a much bigger screen. Although some early leaks suggested an M3 processor, it currently appears that this bigger MacBook Air will ship with the M2 chipset.

Tomson Brown

Tomson Brown is interested in researching parental control and monitoring technology, and he has been focused on sharing his discoveries for more than five years.

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