Apple's WWDC 2020: Keynotes


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Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, where it announced new features for the iPhone, Apple Watch, and other major products as well as the development of its processors for the Mac.

Starting with 'The Mac's transition to Apple Silicon', the company is now ready to power its Mac computers with its own ARM-based chips. Mac will be powered by Apple A12Z Bionic chip.

Then, they featured macOS Big Sur for Apple Macs, an upcoming operating system. The OS will bring the redesigned user interface (UI) and introduce new features such as a control centre for easy access to key settings and notification centre with access to widgets, and more.

The new iOS 14 for iPhones will bring a redesigned home screen with a new App Library, which includes automatically organised app folders, new customisable app widgets, picture-in-picture, and more.

While iPadOS 14 for iPads will get most of the features that are coming to iPhones with iOS 14. Apart from that, the iPadOS 14 will introduce a new sidebar in apps like photos, notes, files and music apps.

Not just the iPhone and Mac but for Apple Watch, watchOS 7 was also introduced will bring sleep mode. The sleep mode will allow you to set a bedtime routine, which will automatically lock down your iPhone before bed and dim the screen light on Apple Watch.

Apple Watch's new update will also bring rich complications; Apple Watch faces sharing; Cycling direction on Apple Maps for Watch; Workout app gets Dance workout, which includes Bollywood genre; Activity app for iPhone renamed to Fitness; Automatic handwashing detection.

The Airpods software will make the high-end experience of Airpods even better. This will enable spatial audio and automatic switching between multiple paired devices. The spatial audio will bring surround sound experience and simulates 5.1-channel, 7.1-channel, and Dolby Atmos.

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