Almost as important as the latest Apple news is an update on Apple’s planned Worldwide Developers Conference (WDCon), which is set to take place in 2022. Even though it has taken until April for it to be officially announced, we now know several things about it.
The next WWDC, scheduled for the end of June, will once again be a free event for all developers. We can expect to see a lot of software announcements, and maybe even some hardware announcements, especially if things go smoothly.
There have also been reports about the iPhone 14 Pro Max and an upgraded version of the AirPods Pro, as well as about iOS 15.5, macOS Monterey 12.4, and the start of a new beta cycle of operating systems. The following are some of the stories this week that you should check out for more information.
Apple news: WWDC 2022 dates announced (scheduled for June 6-10, 2022)
Apple announced this week that the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held from June 6 through June 10 in San Francisco. The event will take place for the third time in a row via the internet.
In addition to having the ability to apply for in-person viewing parties at Apple Park to see the Keynote and State of the Union videos, a limited number of developers will also have the opportunity to attend those events as well.
In addition to the new version of its software platforms, Apple is expected to unveil new hardware at WWDC, including an upgraded Mac Pro with new Apple chips. It is also expected to unveil the latest iOS 16 for the iPhone, iPadOS 16 for the iPad, macOS 13 for the Mac, watchOS 9 for the Apple Watch, and tvOS 16 for the Apple TV.
The first beta release of iOS 15.5
There was an announcement earlier this week from Apple announcing the availability of iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 betas for developers and the general public. The upcoming release of iOS 15.5 brings a few new features and improvements to the platform.
I will be reviewing everything that was released in the first beta of iOS 15.5; this includes some new features, new references to Apple Classic Apps, new Apple Pay Cash features, and all of the things Apple has furthermore seeded the first alpha-beta versioned the first betas of WatchOS 8.6, macOS 12.4, and iOS 15.5.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max got a 20% thinner display bezel than its predecessor
Even though Apple’s ‘iPhone 14’ lineup is still around five months away from being released, there are already rumors floating around about the devices.
It has been reported that in the latest rumor, the bezels on the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be 20% smaller than currently, to accommodate its bigger screen. CAD images reveal that the bezels will be 20% smaller. Also, there is a rumor that the iPhone 14 Pro models will be equipped with a 48-megapixel camera lens and a wide sensor.
Apple’s uncharacteristically generous apology to Mac users five years ago paved the way for the Mac’s turnaround
When it comes to the Mac lineup, there were a lot of problems a few years ago. The MacBook Air, iMac, and Mac mini have all gone years without an update over the last three years, while the Mac Pro had been revamped with a slim but constrained enclosure of a “trash can” for over three years.
It would be foolish to blame Apple for setting the stage for Mac’s renaissance over the past few years. Apple’s apology stood out from Apple’s typical tone.
AirPods Pro 2 availability by the end of 2022, and there will be a second-generation in 2023
It looks like Apple plans to release a new AirPods Pro within the coming year, according to the latest rumor. They already have been around for more than two and a half years, but it now appears that the new versions are on the way.
Several reputable analysts have noted that Apple plans to release its AirPod Pro second generation in the second half of 2022 unless reports are incorrect. A lot of speculation has surrounded the upcoming AirPods Pro, which is expected to have an enhanced design, a softer silicone material, and a motion sensor to keep track of your fitness activities.
The comparison between Samsung’s Galaxy A53 5G vs Apple’s iPhone SE: A Look at the Budget Phones on the Market
This week, Apple released the 2022 iPhone SE, a budget-friendly smartphone that includes 5G capabilities as a part of the company’s latest innovation product line. Samsung has recently announced a new 5G smartphone in the Galaxy A53 series as part of its budget range of 5G smartphones. As a result of the above, we took a look at our latest video and compared both of the products to see how they stack up.
In terms of build quality and durability, the A53 5G does have a greater feature set than the iPhone SE, but it does not meet the standards necessary to be competitive with the SE.