Apple’s Craig Federighi is ready to talk about many of the new features and software elements that Apple announced at this year’s WWDC. This time around it’s all about iPadOS, Catalyst, SwiftUI, and more.
Apple’s software engineering boss and senior vice president Craig Federighi went on a PR offensive Friday to dispel FUD and address some of the lingering questions on people’s minds concerning the controversial Face ID technology.
A quick look at MacRumors’ Buyers Guide is all it takes to realize Apple’s neglected its Mac fans with slow upgrades. Part of the problem lies in Apple’s heavy reliance on Intel. Making matters worse, the chip maker abandoned its tick-tock release schedule as it’s become economically unsustainable.
Perhaps that’s why Apple summoned its senior executives Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi and John Ternus for “a small roundtable discussion about Mac” with five journalists (Matthew Panzarino, Lance Ulanoff, Ina Fried, John Paczkowski and John Gruber).