In three weeks, Apple will lift the veil on its new operating systems: macOS 13, iOS and iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. Little has transpired in recent months about the new software features of iOS 16, if this is only an improvement of the Concentration mode or the beta release of Private Relay. Nothing very exciting.
In his Sunday chat, Mark Gurman (well aware behind the scenes of Apple) explains that he does not expect a complete redesign of iOS 16. This does not prevent “ major changes in the system, from ” new ways to interact ” and ” some refreshed Apple apps “. It remains vague, and when you think about it that’s what we get every year at WWDC!
The journalist from Bloomberg adds that the changes will also be important for watchOS 9.