There was a lot announced today at WWDC but you can get the gist in about three minutes.
Earlier today, Apple kicked off WWDC 2022 with its usual keynote. The company unveiled all of the latest versions of its software as well as revealed the completely redesigned MacBook Air and M2 processor. It also rolled out a slew of new developer tools, technologies, and APIs.
To help us all process that information as quickly as possible, Apple has released a recap of the first day of WWDC. Hosted by iMore alumni Serenity Caldwell, the video also gives us a preview of what is coming tomorrow. You can check it out below:
Here’s your Day 1 debrief of Apple’s 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference. Check in with Serenity Caldwell for today’s highlights and a preview of tomorrow.
iMore’s Gerald Lynch was at the event and able to get hands-on with the new MacBook Air. You can learn more about his initial thoughts on the redesigned notebook in his hands-on review.
If you already watched the keynote but can’t get enough, you may want to also tune in to the Platforms State of the Union.
There are still plenty of days left for WWDC 2022, with Apple set to host four more days of developer sessions both in-person. and online. Apple is making the entire conference available for free online, so developers and the generally curious can continue to tune in to all kinds of sessions for the rest of the week.
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