Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2022 will take place June 6-10. The Cupertino-based company is expected to unveil the latest versions of operating systems for the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac at the event. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman provided an update on iOS 16.
iOS 16 is codenamed Sydney and won’t have a major UI redesign, but the insider still calls the new OS a major update, as it’s expected to include significant improvements “including updates to notifications and new health tracking features.”
Apple is also working on a mixed reality headset, which could come out late this year or early next year. The iOS 16 beta is expected to include different information about the headset. In addition, it is reported that the device will run its own operating system, rOS.
According to previous information about iOS 16, Apple may introduce “large widgets” to put multiple widgets in one big container so you don’t have to scroll through them.
Apple could also introduce a new multitasking iPadOS interface, and watchOS 9, codenamed Kincaid, could get major updates for activity and health tracking. In addition, Apple may also release several new Mac models during the event.