WWDC 2021

YouTubers chat with Craig Federighi to discuss WWDC21

It's par for the course for Apple executives to start making the rounds after major announcements. And the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference is certainly no different. Craig Federighi, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, has already done some interviews talking about the big announcements from this year's event. But now he's doing something a bit different this year.

iOS 15 official wallpapers

Apple announced the upcoming iPhone iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 at WWDC on June 7, 2021. New features like enhanced Memoji customization, Focus options to maintain center, and advancements in Notification management will be making their way to your device this fall. However, there is one important thing you will not be waiting to receive: that brand new iOS 15 wallpaper for iPhone and iPad.

macOS Monterey official wallpapers

Apple announced the latest update for its desktop line, macOS Monterey at WWDC on June 7, 2021. With experiences for FaceTime like SharePlay, iMessage photo collections, and group tabs for Safari, the new upgrade has something for everyone. One thing that we want for the iDB Wallpapers of the Week community is that hot new macOS Monterey wallpaper.

The Wallet app in iOS 15 adds support for I.D. cards and more keys

Apple's promotional image for iOS 15 showing an iPhone with a user's state-issued ID in the Wallet app

During its keynote event for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed a big change for its stock Wallet app. It's been requested plenty of times over the years. And the company itself has said the Wallet app is meant to, eventually, let you actually leave your physical wallet at home. And now it's one step closer.

Apple won’t force you to upgrade to iOS 15 if you don’t want to

Apple already doesn't "force" iOS users to upgrade. In fact, it keeps track of folks out there in the wild still running earlier versions of its most popular operating system. However, the company does try to have plenty of reasons to upgrade. This year, though, if you want to stay on iOS 14, Apple appears to be okay with that.