Here’s everything Apple announced at this year’s WWDC

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, is the company’s annual conference for software makers. The conference kicked off Monday with a two-hour keynote address that showed off a slew of new updates for the company’s major products.

Click the links below to see what Apple announced, or read our live blog below to see the announcements as they happened during the keynote.

Here are the most important announcements:

iOS 15 for iPhones
iPadOS 15 for iPad
watchOS 8 for Apple Watch
macOS Monterey for Macs
Big changes to Apple Maps
Privacy updates
iCloud+
Beta versions will be available to developers Monday, and the public can test the software beginning in July. The final versions will be available to everyone this fall.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the new beta software will be available for developers and early adopters in the coming month, and they will be released to the public in the fall.

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