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Apple’s 5 Biggest Announcements At WWDC 2021

The Worldwide Developers Conference included announcements on new features coming in iOS 15, as well as in the newest versions of iPadOS and macOS.

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Apple’s next major operating system updates will include an emphasis on privacy, as well as helping users to gain greater focus and use their various Apple devices better in tandem with each other, Apple executives said Monday. The company used its keynote address at the virtual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2021 to unveil an array of updates coming in the next version of the iPhone operating system—iOS 15—as well as new features in the next iPad and Mac operating systems, iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey. The three operating systems will debut in the fall and will include a number of “breakthrough innovations,” Apple CEO Tim Cook (pictured) said during the keynote.

In keeping with the approach taken in recent years at WWDC, the company did not make any major new hardware announcements during the event—not even around the company’s in-house processors. Last year’s WWDC 2020 conference had featured the announcement of the company’s first Arm-based processor for the Mac, which was ultimately dubbed the M1. But Apple did not offer any updates on the plans surrounding its Mac chips during the WWDC 2021 keynote Monday.

What follows are details on Apple’s five biggest announcements at WWDC 2021.

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