It’s the first time Apple’s developer conference has been streamed exclusively online with no in-person event
Tim Cook, Craig Federighi, and the Apple team took everyone through updates on the iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, WatchOS, the Apple Silicon and more
Apple gave a first look at iOS 14, the new update coming to iPhones later this year
The home screen will come with widgets. It is also adding App Library, a new feature that automatically organizes apps based on their categories
With Picture-in-Picture support, iPhone users can now watch a video or take a FaceTime call while using another app
Apple Maps will includes a new cycling-specific navigation and it will get a view that lets EV drivers know where chargers are along their routes
New Memoji options in Messages will be more inclusive and diverse with additional hairstyles, head wear and more accessories like face masks and emotions, like blushing
You can register a key in your Apple Wallet, and when you walk up to a supported car, you’ll unlock it via NFC.
Apple also debuted App Clips that allows you to do in-app activities outside the app like quick payments, media sharing etc
‘Scribble’ allows you to write in any text field with the Apple Pencil, and automatically converts it to text.
Apple will allow you to customise the watch face and include more widgets and technical features