Apple will hold the annual Global Developer Conference WWDC next month. Based on previous experience, the company will preview next-generation operating systems, including iOS 13, macOS 10.15 and watchOS 6. Today, Bloomberg publishes a long article about the various features of new systems such as iOS 13, macOS 10.15 and watchOS 6.
The first is iOS 13:
iOS 13 is code-named Yukon, and Apple has started developing iOS 14, code-named Azul, which was released in 2020. iOS 14 will add 5G network support and new AR features. This year's iOS 13 will continue to speed up the device and reduce bugs. At the same time, Apple will also adjust the user interface, including opening a new animation of multitasking and closing the app. The widget page will also welcome a new design.
Redesign the Reminder app to better compete with the pending apps in the App Store. The new reminder application home page is divided into four sections: Today Tasks, All Any, Plan Any, and Mark Tasks.
Find friends and find iPhones will be merged into one app, internally called GreenTorch
The new sleep mode, integrated with the sleep function in the Clock app, may be integrated with future Apple sleep tracking devices, such as the next generation Apple Watch.
The iPad will get some exclusive features, such as a new multitasking interface, home screen modifications, and more.
What's new in macOS 10.15:
watchOS 6 new features:
Apple Watch will integrate directly into the App Store, allowing users to download apps at any time and make Apple Watch more independent. Currently, users need to install apps for Apple Watch in the Watch app on the iPhone.
More Complications dials can display more information, such as a progress bar showing audio readings, showing the remaining battery capacity of the hearing aids, etc.
Apple is also testing several new dials, including a new "gradient" dial and two X-Large dials for larger numbers.