Apple is now on its fourth and potentially final round of betas for its current operating system generation, with golden master builds of iOS 13.6, iPadOS 13.6, tvOS 13.4.8, and watchOS 6.2.8 now available to download by developers. The company also issued a fresh beta for macOS 10.15.6.
When Apple's executive team took the stage at WWDC to tout its latest software developments, it also took aim at many existing features. Here are five things that Apple tried to kill during its annual developer's conference.
Sleep tracking has been an intended feature for the Apple Watch for the last five years, Apple VP of technology Kevin Lynch has revealed in an interview, with its inclusion in watchOS 7 and iOS 14 being a sign Apple is keen to do more with its years of research on the subject.
Many newly uncovered features of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, suggestions for those wanting to install the developer betas on their devices, the Apple Silicon revolution, and more from WWDC on the AppleInsider Podcast.
One of the most requested features for Apple Watch is sleep tracking, and with watchOS 7 and iOS 14, Apple is finally bringing it to the table. In true Apple style, it does much more than track when you start and stop sleeping.
With watchOS 7, Apple has made several updates to watch faces and complications for the Apple Watch. We go in-depth with the new watch faces, the new and updated complications, as well as delve into how to share watch faces.
Apple has made quite a few changes to iOS 14 and watchOS 7 to help users take care of their bodies, with Health changes including a new focus on sleep management as well as the usual slate of fitness tracking enhancements.
Apple announces its transition to "Apple Silicon" for Mac, plus coverage and details of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11 Big Sur, watchOS 7, tvOS and much more in today's special episode of the AppleInsider podcast.
If you've not worn your Apple Watch in a while, you may have forgotten your passcode. Our helpful guide will walk you through the process of getting back into your watch, and how to set a new Apple Watch passcode.