Apple announced today previews of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS, macOS Big Sur and watchOS 7. No new hardware was announced at the event.
Developers can download these latest betas starting today online, while a Public Beta will begin in July. The public release of iOS 14 and other software will take place this fall, explains Apple.
Update: here’s what’s available for download from Apple’s developer centre:
- Xcode 12 beta (12A6159)
- Xcode 12 for macOS Universal Apps beta (12A8158a)
- macOS Big Sur beta (20A4299v)
- iOS 14 beta (18A5301v)
- iPadOS 14 beta (18A5301v)
- watchOS 7 beta (18R5310a)
- tvOS 14 beta (18J5313t)
The big news of the day is the announcement of Apple’s Mac transitioning to its own silicon chips, similar to the CPUs we see in iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Apple also said its first Mac made with an Apple silicon chip will be coming this fall.
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