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Yesterday’s digital WWDC keynote event was jam packed with announcements, with Apple debuting iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and, most notably, its work on custom-designed chips that will be used in Macs in the future.

This is a list of all’s Apple’s announcements to give you a complete summary of everything new that’s worth knowing about.

‌iOS 14‌

  • iOS 14 Features New Translate App With Support for 11 Languages and Offline Mode
  • iOS 14 Includes Picture-in-Picture Mode for iPhone
  • iOS 14 Adds Subtle Design for Siri That Doesn’t Take Up Entire Screen
  • iPhone and Apple Watch Becoming Digital Car Keys, Feature Rolling Out to BMW Customers Next Month
  • New iOS 14 Feature ‘App Clips’ Lets You Access Small Part of an App
  • iMessage in iOS 14: Mentions, Pinned Conversations, Inline Replies, and More
  • Phone Calls Will Finally Stop Taking Up the Entire Screen in iOS 14
  • iOS 14 Compatible With iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and Later
  • Find My App Gaining Support for Third-Party Products
  • Emoji Search Finally Coming to iOS in iOS 14
  • Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS and iPadOS 14 to Developers
  • iOS 14 Lets Developers Make Subscriptions Available for Family Sharing
  • Third-Party Mail and Browser Apps Able to Be Set as Default in iOS and iPadOS 14
  • iOS 14 Tidbits and Hidden Features: Privacy Updates, Emoji Picker, New Dark Sky Weather Forecasts and More

iPadOS‌ 14

  • iPadOS 14 Features Enhanced UIs for Native Apps, Universal Search, New Handwriting Support with Apple Pencil, and More

macOS Big Sur‌

  • macOS ‘Big Sur’ Unveiled With Updated Design, New Features for Safari and Messages, and More
  • Apple Previews Big Update to Safari on Mac, Featuring New Privacy Tools, Built-in Translation, Improved Tabs, and More
  • macOS Big Sur Listed as ‘Version 11.0’ in System Preferences
  • Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Big Sur to Developers for Testing Purposes
  • Apple Adds WebP Image Support in Safari 14
  • List of Macs Compatible with macOS Big Sur


watchOS 7

  • Apple Announces watchOS 7 With Enhanced Face Customizations, Handwashing Detection, and More
  • Apple Watch Getting Hand Washing Feature With 20-Second Countdown and Haptic Feedback
  • watchOS 7 Adds New Sleep Tracking Feature to Apple Watch
  • Apple Releases First Beta of New watchOS 7 Update to Developers
  • watchOS 7 Only Compatible With Apple Watch Series 3 and Later


tvOS 14

  • Apple Seeds First Beta of tvOS 14 to Developers
  • tvOS 14 Brings Apple TV Support for AirPods Audio Sharing and Watching YouTube Videos in 4K


Apple Silicon Chips

  • Apple Transitioning Macs to Custom Chips With ‘Incredible’ Performance Within the Next Two Years
  • Apple’s $500 Developer Program Includes Tools and Resources for Transitioning to Apple Silicon, Plus a Loaner A12Z-Based Mac Mini



  • AirPods Getting Automatic Switching Between Apple Devices, Theater-Like ‘Spatial Audio’ Coming to AirPods Pro


Other Announcements

  • Revamped Apple Maps App Expanding to UK, Ireland, and Canada Later This Year
  • HomePod Gaining Support for Third-Party Music Services
  • Apple’s Digital Car Key Coming to Broad Array of BMW Models Manufactured After July 1, Requires iOS 13.6
  • Apple Shares Teaser for Upcoming Apple TV+ Series ‘Foundation’
  • Apple Announces ARKit 4 with Location Anchors, Depth API, and Improved Face Tracking
  • Apple’s Craig Federighi Highlights iOS 14 and MacOS Big Sur Privacy Updates in New Interview


Rewatch the Keynote

For those of you who do want to re-watch the entire keynote, a replay is available in the Apple TV app, on Apple’s Events website, in the Apple Developer app, and on YouTube.

Source: MacRumours