What’s Hot & Not at WWDC ‘22

Chandler Luhowskyj
Chandler Luhowskyj9 Jun, 2022

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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