WWDC 2019 saw the arrival of iPadOS: a new operating system based on iOS but with a truckload of extra features specifically for the iPad. According to MacRumors, Apple is working on a "mention" system for iMessage so you can nudge specific people in your group chat, as well as the ability to retract your messages after you've sent them.
WWDC 2020 runs from June 22-26, kicking off with a 10 a.m. PT keynote.
First and the foremost, in a major development by Apple, the company is reportedly preparing to announce a shift to its own main processors in Mac computers, replacing chips from Intel Corp.
This follows after Apple recently made a distinction between its mobile and tablet operating system by renaming the latter to iPadOS. The opening keynote is one of the most important events in the Apple calendar - second only to the September launch of the new iPhone model.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 will be massively overhauled - at least, that's what rumours suggest.
And at first glance, such a change kind of makes sense.
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Hey was threatened with removal from Apple's App Store for failing to include a way for users to pay for its services through the app.
After the implementation, the users can switch from Safari as the default browsing app to Chrome or Mozilla Firefox or from Apple Maps to google Maps as default apps.
In just over 48 hours, Apple is set to unveil its next-generation of software updates for all its devices at WWDC 2020. Apple could reveal some hardware, possibly a new iMac. Apart from new watch faces, watchOS 7 will introduce a new Kids Mode.
Apple is said to bring many new features to watchOS 7 at the WWDC 2020. A possible change in the default apps is also expected. Word is that Apple could also launch a new Apple TV 4K and the rumoured AirTags at the event. According to Weinbach, he received a mail stating that Apple will rename iOS to iPhoneOS.
The Apple Podcasts app is one of the most popular ways of listening to audio shows (for those with an iPhone) and a recent leak from sources speaking to 9To5Mac has suggested it'll be becoming more like Apple Music.
Apple might rename iOS to iPhoneOS, with a formal announcement expected as soon as next week. Apple, in its presentations, may reveal the benefits and changes macOS developers would get on ARM-based Mac machines.
Moreover, there are faint rumours coming that Apple may introduce an over-the-ear Airpods.