Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, also known as, the WWDC is being held remotely this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apple announced new software for its iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Apple TV, and Apple Watches on Monday. They also announced that future MacBooks would use chips made by Apple instead of Intel.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, announced in a prerecorded video filmed at Apple’s campus stating, ”You’re able to do more with your iPhone than ever before. So iOS 14 reimagines the most iconic parts of the experience to be even more helpful and personal. Apple employees briefly presented new features.
Some new features include, ”Picture to Picture”, where you can keep watching videos or continue using Facetime while using other apps. There is even a ”Translate” app that works in eleven different languages to help with natural and easy conversation.
Apple has not announced the official launch date, but it has scheduled the release at some point this Fall. Watch the special keynote event for an in-depth look at the latest update below.