Apple's big September event has been revealed with the phrase "Time Flies." We go through the products rumored to be released, discuss very welcome new patent filings for future Siri improvements, give an update that Epic Games App Store policy battle, and unexpected thoughts on macOS Big Sur beta.
As the launch of new iPhones quickly approaches, Apple has moved on to its eighth round of developer betas, making available the the eighth builds of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7 for download.
The new faces and complications arriving in watchOS 7 may make Apple Watch users envious and eager to try out the update, but there's still quite a few watch face designs available for use at the moment. Here's how to change the watch face on the Apple Watch.
The new workout type "Dance" in watchOS 7 needed new algorithms to provide accurate calorie counts, an interview with Apple Fitness Technologies' Julz Arney reveals, a challenging task that required developing ways to monitor the entire body from the wrist.
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.