Apple unveiled the new MacBook Air on Monday, the second-generation M2 Silicone for Macs, and a slew of software updates for its devices.
We have the Apple WWDC 2022 live keynote event, where Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, talked us through the new products, along with other Apple engineers, demonstrating the new platforms it has been working on in the previous year, as is customary for this event.
We got our first glimpse at the software that will be included with the new iPhone, MacBook, and Apple Watch versions later this year thanks to the live-streamed event. This year's Apple WWDC 2022 keynote will introduce us to the new iOS 16 and watchOS 9 platforms, which will power the future iPhone 14 series, as well as the Apple Watch Series 8, which is rumoured to be getting more advanced health capabilities this year and was also shown off during the keynote.
You also have the iPadOS 16 version for iPads, which now has a raft of new features and upgrades, pushing it closer to becoming the laptop replacement you've always imagined. With iPads powered by the M1, Apple has more control over the functions that the hardware can enable, as demonstrated by the iPadOS 16 edition.
The new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are also expected to have top performance and improved power management. These will receive the new macOS Ventura version, which includes the Stage Manager for enhanced programme multitasking.