Apple forecasts for WWDC 2022 revealed: What to expect?

Mark Gurman, who frequently speculates about Apple through the economic channel Bloomberg, made predictions about WWDC and iOS 16. Keeping many leaks and predictions in the past, Gurman headlined major upgrades for iOS 16 and WatchOS 9. So, what's next for us at the Apple WWDC 2022 event on June 6? Let's take a look at the details of the story together.

Mark Gurman explained that Apple does not expect a design change of the interface in iOS 16. He said the biggest change to the update would be in notifications and health monitoring services.

The Bloomberg editor wrote that he expects multitasking bars to change in iPadOS 16 and appear more advanced. Mark Gurman shared that in addition, AppleWatch will receive remarkable updates in activity and health tracking, and it will be a great year for the AppleWatch series.

Mark Gurman said he didn't expect anything for the highly anticipated Apple Mixed Reality headset:

As far as I know, a full-fledged introduction of the mixed reality headset is probably out of the question in June, but beta versions of iOS 16 (codenamed Sydney) and iPhone interactions will be full of references to the headset.

This means that the headset will be released in the interim, which will start in June and last until the arrival of iOS 17 in autumn 2023. But it may suggest apple preview some of its upcoming augmented and virtual reality software earlier.

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