Here are 17 Big Things Announced at WWDC [VIDEO]
Apple’s WWDC 2023 keynote took place today and the company had a jam-packed announcement.
We learned about a new 15-inch MacBook Air, along with M2 Max and M2 Ultra upgrades for the Mac Studio and Mac Pro.
Apple shared a video today highlighting 17 big (and little) things from WWDC today. Check out the list below:
- NameDrop: A feature for easily sharing information with contacts.
- Contact Poster for FaceTime Calls: A feature that allows users to design and redesign their contact poster which will show up when they call or FaceTime.
- FaceTime Message: If someone misses a FaceTime call, users can leave a FaceTime message.
- Switching from iPhone to Apple TV: The video demonstrates how users can easily switch from iPhone to Apple TV during a FaceTime call.
- Find My Pinging: A feature for locating lost items, including the Siri remote.
- Stickers from Personal Photos: Allows users to create stickers from their photos.
- Suggestions from Photos, Music, Locations, Workouts: Reflect on your day with suggestions from your photos, music, locations, and even workouts.
- Topographic and Offline Maps: Users can take topographic and offline maps with them on a long ride.
- Check In: Automatically lets a friend know when you get home.
- Adaptive Audio: Keeps your attention on the important sounds around you.
- Multiple Timers and Widgets: Now available on all your devices, including the new MacBook Air.
- Game Mode on Mac: A feature for gaming on Mac.
- Standby Mode for iPhone Charging: Turns iPhone into a simple clock, a music player, or even a live scoreboard when charging.
- Live Voicemail Screening: Allows users to screen their calls with Live Voicemail.
- Improved Autocorrect: Enhanced autocorrect feature.
- Mood and Emotion Logging App: An app that allows users to log their moods and emotions right on iPhone, iPad, and watch.
- Apple Vision Pro: first mixed-reality headset for $3,499 USD
Here’s the video:
What were your favourite announcements from the WWDC keynote today?