What’s Hot & Not at WWDC ‘22

What’s Hot & Not at WWDC ‘22

Catch the recap of all of the new Apple tech announced at WWDC ‘22!

Earlier this week, Apple held their annual World Wide Developer’s Conference where they give a sneak peek of the newest features coming to their product line. Here’s a quick recap of what’s hot and what’s not:


– Say goodbye to remembering annoying passwords with the introduction of PassKeys.

– The introduction of sleek, polished lock screen widgets for your favorite apps on your phone.

– Finally able to edit and unsend iMessages after being sent. 

– Freeform, a collaborative tool to assist remote teams with projects.

– New Apple Silicon M2 chips and a redesigned MacBook air.

– Targeting Affirm with the introduction of a buy now, pay later service.


– Instead of improving the built-in camera on Macs, the introduction of this strange dongle allows the use of your iPhone’s rear camera as a webcam.

– Dropped iOS 16 support for iPhone 6S, 7, and the original SE. Damn you, planned obsolescence!

– Beloved football coach, Ted Lasso, won’t be renewed for a fourth season.
Embrace your inner-nerd and check out the full recap of everything announced!

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