Apple today held its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) where it made several exciting announcements. From new MacBook Air to operating system updates, here’s a recap of everything Apple announced at WWDC 2023:
15.3-inch M2 MacBook Air
Apple introduced a new addition to its MacBook Air lineup. The new model features a large 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display, Apple’s cutting-edge M2 processor, and impressive performance improvements. It is the thinnest 15-inch laptop in the world, with a fanless design, high-definition FaceTime camera, and a six-speaker system with immersive audio. The MacBook Air starts at $1,299 and will be available for pre-orders soon. Read the full story.
M2 Ultra chip
Apple announced the M2 Ultra chip, the latest innovation in chip design. With a 24-Core CPU, enhanced GPU configurations, advanced neural capabilities, improved video processing, and increased memory capacity, the M2 Ultra chip sets new standards for Apple Silicon performance. Read the full story.
2023 Mac Studio with M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips
Apple unveiled the new Mac Studio models, featuring the highly anticipated M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips. These powerful workstations offer unparalleled performance, enhanced connectivity options, and improved speed. Read the full story.
2023 Mac Pro with M2 Ultra chip
The new Mac Pro desktop tower features the M2 Ultra chip, delivering unparalleled performance and enhanced connectivity options. With a 24-core CPU, 76-core GPU, and support for up to 192GB of memory, the Mac Pro is set to redefine the desktop computing experience. Read the full story.
Apple introduced iOS 17, the upcoming major operating system update for the iPhone. It brings a range of exciting features, including personalized contact posters, live voicemail with real-time transcription, improved search features, enhanced Messages app, and a new Stickers experience. iOS 17 promises to revolutionize iPhone usage with its innovative features. Read the full story.
Apple announced iPadOS 17, bringing exciting features to iPads. The update includes customizable Lock Screens, interactive widgets, Live Activities for real-time engagement, an optimized Health app, and improvements to Notes, Messages, FaceTime, and Safari apps. Read the full story.
Apple unveiled macOS Sonoma, the latest version of its Mac operating system. The update includes desktop widgets, enhanced video conferencing features, improved Safari privacy protection, slow-motion screensavers, and a new Game Mode for gamers. macOS Sonoma promises to elevate productivity and entertainment for Mac users. Read the full story.
Apple introduced watchOS 10, a significant update to the operating system for the Apple Watch. The update brings a new widget view, redesigned apps, enhanced workouts, mood tracking, and myopia prevention features. It aims to enhance the user experience for Apple Watch users. Read the full story.
Apple announced tvOS 17, the highly anticipated update for the Apple TV 4K. The update introduces FaceTime, a new Control Center, an iPhone-based Siri Remote locator, enhancements to screen savers, Dolby Vision 8.1 support, Apple Fitness+ improvements, third-party VPN support, and more. It aims to elevate the home entertainment experience for Apple TV users. Read the full story.
Vision Pro AR headset
Apple unveiled the Vision Pro AR headset, a groundbreaking device that seamlessly blends the real and digital worlds. With advanced technology and immersive features, the Vision Pro promises an unprecedented user experience. It offers control through eyes, hands, and voice and provides compatibility with other Apple devices. The Vision Pro aims to compete with other AR and VR headsets in the market. Read the full story.
visionOS for Vision Pro
Alongside the Vision Pro AR headset, Apple introduced visionOS, a dedicated operating system designed specifically for augmented reality experiences. visionOS provides developers with powerful tools and frameworks to create immersive AR applications and experiences. It leverages the capabilities of the Vision Pro headset, enabling users to seamlessly interact with virtual objects in the real world. Read the full story.