Apple’s WWDC (worldwide developer conference) is an annual conference meeting and this year Apple has announced some big changes.
The added features covered like iOS 14, Mac OS, watchOS 7, and the move to custom ARM from Intel for the future Apple computers and much more. Though Apple didn’t unveil many things at WWDC and we will cover these all here.
The WWDC 2020 was from June 22 to 26. the first time virtual conference and the interesting thing is, more people were able to attend as compared to the traditional conference.
Across the globe, developers shared positive feedback and people are also recommending to host this conference online in the future.
I hope Apple considers retiring the in-person conference and doing future WWDCs like this.— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) June 26, 2020
The old way had a great run, and still has advantages that online-only will never match.
But for modern needs, and the huge, ever-growing number of developers, this way is better overall.
Check Out Apple Didn’t Announce At WWDC 2020
Last year according to 9to5mac, Apple was working on a tile like tracing device which was about to replace old “Find my iPhone” but later it was clear that the AirTag is the name used for the products. Two months ago Apple revealed that the Airtag name is a support video on YouTube.
There’s no any announcement at WWDC and we need to wait a little longer to launch Airtags.
2. Apple Watch: Blood Oxygen Sensor
In March this year, Apple said, it is working on health related application and it will detect the blood oxygen levels in your body with iOS 14, but Apple didn’t mentioned anything such as in watchOS 7. Therefore, it’s interesting to see in the future when Apple will finally announce the feature.
3. New Redesigned iMac
Sonny Dickson, a leaker said the new iMac will have “iPad Pro design language” and thinner bezels similar to those seen on Apple’s Pro Display XDR that accompanied the new Mac Pro last year. The iMac will unsurprisingly feature the custom T2 chip that has made its way across the rest of the Mac lineup to integrate several security and controller functions.
At all, WWDC didn’t came with it and there’s no new hardware except “ARM Mac mini DTK” announced the during last week. Rumors says the new iMac with ARM chip may come by the end of this year.
4. AirPods Studio
Apple has been working on a pair of high-end over-ear headphones called the AirPods Studio. These noise-canceling headphones will be aimed at similar offerings from Bose, Sony and Microsoft. They are rumored to come with customized parts that can be swapped in and out. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that Apple’s fancy headphones would be customized in the sane away as an Apple Watch. Rumors have indicated that the headphones would cost over $349 when they launch sometime this year.