Despite moving to an online format this year, Apple kicked off WWDC as usual with a keynote announcing details on the latest versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and more. This year’s keynote brought a bunch of big announcements and some surprises too, like ARM Macs, a redesigned macOS, iOS and iPadOS widgets, the App Library, App Clips, new Pencil and AirPods features, watchOS face sharing, sleep tracking, and new workouts, and a lot more.
The full keynote video is available now on Apple’s website, Apple’s TV app, and in its Developer app. If you missed the live stream or want to re-watch certain segments you’ve got more ways to do that than ever before.
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