The official kick off to summer is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing: it’s time to hole up in a dark room and watch Apple talk about the future of its operating ecosystems for a couple of hours. It’s WWDC week with Cupertino (well, mostly on the internet, really), and per usual, things are kicking off with a big keynote Monday June 6 at 10AM PT/1PM ET.
Also per usual (you can set your smartwatch to this stuff), we’ll be following along, bringing you the news as it happens. I wrote a bit about what to expect from the event over here. The long and short of it is:
- iOS 16 with an updated lock screen, including new widgets and, perhaps, the preamble to an always-on display
- A breakout year for iPadOS 16, with more multitasking and work support
- A peek at macOS 13 Mammoth, with some updated settings and apps
- An improved battery mode for watchOS
- Maaaybe hardware? Could we finally see the M2 chip for Macs and a long-rumored AR/VR headset
Find out the answer to all of this and more by tuning in live at 10AM PT/1PM ET.