Among the expected iOS 16 features should be new iPhone interaction modes and some “fresh new apps,” but don't expect a major face-lift this year.
Mac computers powered by the upcoming M2 chip are yet to come, but Apple is already working on an M3 iMac powered by third-generation Apple silicon.
Apple continues to work on a smart soundbar that would have a FaceTime camera for video calls and provide HomePod and Apple TV functionality.
At least nine Mac computers powered by the upcoming Apple M2 chips are in development, including a high-end Mac mini variant powered by the M2 Pro.
This year's upcoming iPhone 14 models is rumored to add satellite connectivity for SOS response features and emergency contacts anywhere there's satellite coverage.
watchOS 9 may bring a new Apple Watch low-power mode this fall (not to be confused with the current power reserve mode) for improved battery performance.
An Apple Watch blood pressure sensor has hit development snags, prompting a delay in introducing the feature until 2024 at the earliest, says a reliable source.
Apple probably won't change the design of the upcoming iOS 16 software significantly versus iOS 7, which dropped nearly a decade ago. What you should be expecting instead are improved notifications and new health-tracking features.
watchOS 9 should bring updates in terms of Apple Watch activity and health tracking, with some brand new health-tracking features excepted.
Two new Mac computers powered by Apple silicon could be unveiled at WWDC, claims a source, one of which could be a redesigned MacBook Air notebook.
A rumored mixed-reality Apple headset won't be unveiled at WWDC, but the iOS 16 beta might reveal how the underlying "Reality OS" software is supposed to work.
You may soon subscribe to the next Apple gadget instead of paying for it outright as the company is apparently working on a hardware subscription service for the iPhone and other products.