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Apple introduces WatchOS 9 - all the new Apple Watch features

7th June 2022
"Apple unveiled WatchOS 9, which adds new features and enhances the world's most popular wearable operating system."

Apple unveiled WatchOS 9, which adds new features and enhances the world's most popular wearable operating system.

WatchOS 9 is packed with new features for Apple Watch including new running metrics, refreshed watch faces, an AFib History tool that added sleep-tracking data, and a medication management app.

Though the WatchOS 9 announcements revealed minimal information on the new Apple Watch release date or any upcoming Apple Watch wearable hardware features, there's something to be said for better software.

WatchOS is one of the reasons the Apple Watch is the best smartwatch year after year, as it is a crucial pillar of Apple's wearable experience. 

If Apple continues its usual timeframe, WatchOS 9 should launch in September, but in the meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the new features and beta testing of Apple WatchOS 9.

First-of-Its-Kind AFib History

Those with the Apple Watch 4 or newer (minus the Apple Watch SE) have been able to monitor for signs of atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeats.

Now, those with diagnosed AFib can review a history of their electrocardiograms (ECGs) to see how often they spend in AFib.

Using the Health app, those users will also be able to review whether their other habits or activities impact AFib.

And, building on the medical sharing feature introduced last year, users can share their AFib History data with their doctors.

A new low power mode

Apple hasn't made any significant changes to the Apple Watch's battery life in a long time, but a different solution could be on the way soon.

Apple is aiming to release WatchOS 9 with a new low power mode that will allow devices to run some apps and functionalities while consuming less battery.

This appears to be distinct from the Apple Watch's current power reserve mode, which allows you to view the time but disables all other functions to save battery life.

Medications app

With a new Medications app, Apple Watch users can track and manage medications directly from their wrist.

Though a large part of the medication management experience will take place in the Health app, on the Apple Watch users can receive notifications or reminders to take medication.

When you add medication to the Health app, you'll be warned of drug interactions or other critical concerns with the medications you take.

Trusted individuals can also see your medication data, should you have a caretaker or relative who keeps an eye on you.

Sleep Insights

Apple Watch sleep tracking has improved incrementally since it first debuted two years ago. In watchOS 9, the Sleep app is added to sleep stage or sleep cycle tracking.

Using information gathered by the accelerometer and heart rate monitor, the Apple Watch should now be able to detect what stage of sleep you’re in.

You'll be able to see how much time you spent in each stage overnight and when you might've woken up.

To further its efforts in sleep science, Apple is also giving users the option to contribute sleep stage data in the Apple Heart and Movement Study through the Research app.

Running and other workout features

The Apple Watch is making a convincing case against the best running watches. With multiple new running metrics, there are more ways to monitor your running and progress.

Vertical oscillation, stride length, and ground contact time will now be seen in an upgraded live workout interface — which also includes segments, splits, elevation, and the other expected metrics.

A new metric coming to Apple Watch workout-tracking is heart rate zones. Monitoring your heart rate zones can help you get a sense of your intensity levels, and let you know how hard you're working (and whether you're recovering properly) during exercise.

Your heart rate zones will play a role in the new Custom workout tool. A custom workout can add structure to your run, pushing alerts to your wrist based on your heart rate and distance.

You'll also run with a power target or target effort in a range you can reasonably sustain. If you run the same route often, your Apple Watch will automatically be able to compare your performance over time on that route.

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Apple WWDC 2022 Highlights: iOS 16, New MacBook Models, watchOS 9, and Much More

7th June 2022
"iOS 16 was unveiled, bringing improvements to notifications, lock screen, Messages, as well as Health apps."

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS 13 will be available this Fall, with developer betas becoming available today, and public betas planned to release in July.

iPadOS 16, with a focus on multitasking (with Stage Manager coming from macOS) as well as on collaboration. The latter includes the ability to quickly share and collaborate on documents and other content via apps such as Messages and Free Form (a new app coming later this year). Also new is the Weather app, the ability to change file extensions, and virtual memory swapping.

Apple WWDC 2022

macOS 13 has been unveiled at the WWDC - and it's called Ventura. macOS Ventura features new multitasking tools, such as Stage Manager, which lets you group windows and switch quickly between apps. Mail is getting an upgrade, with the ability to undo sending a message, scheduled send, and reminders.


Safari and Spotlight also gained new features, with Shared Tab Groups and FIDO Alliance-supported Passkeys for the browser, and richer results and quick actions for the search interface. Continuity also gets an upgrade, including the ability to use the iPhone as a webcam, to hand off FaceTime calls from iPhone to the Mac.

Apple at the WWDC keynote also introduced another M2-based machine - a refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro, with no major design changes beyond the processor refresh. Featuring an up to 20-hour battery life, it will be priced at $1,299.

Apple WWDC 2022

The MacBook Air with the M1 chip, the new MacBook Air with the M2 chip brings include two Thunderbolt ports, up to 18 hours of battery life, a fast-charging adapter, new beamforming mics, Dolby Atmos speakers, a 1080p webcam, high-impedance headphone jacks, and 4 colour options - Midnight, Silver, Space Grey, and Starlight. It is priced starting at $1,199

The new Apple M2 SoC for PCs and the much-anticipated MacBook Air 2022. Featuring a 13.6-inch display and a fanless design, the new MacBook Air is said to be just 11mm thin, and weigh roughly 1.2kg.

Apple Watch

watchOS 9, which brings several changes to the Apple Watch ecosystem. New features include new complications, watch faces, notifications, and the ability to pin apps. The Workout app is also getting new features with the release, including new running metrics and heart rate zones. The company has also updated the Fitness app for iOS, bringing new health and activity tracking features to iPhone users without an Apple Watch.

Apple car Play

Apple is also updated its car infotainment system interface, CarPlay, but unfortunately, these changes aren't arriving anytime soon.  The 'next-generation' CarPlay was previewed on stage, showing off new controls and widgets, but it will only ship late next year.

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Apple unveils all-new upgrades to iOS 16

7th June 2022
"iOS 16 improves iPhone with new personalization features, deeper intelligence, and more seamless ways to communicate and share."

The iOS 16 improves iPhone with new personalization features, deeper intelligence, and more seamless ways to communicate and share.

Apple recently unveiled iOS 16, which includes the largest update to the Lock Screen in history, as well as new sharing, communication, and intelligence features that will revolutionize the way people interact with their iPhones.

iOS 16 offers iCloud Shared Photo Library, which allows users to easily share a collection of photos with family, improvements to Messages and Mail that make it easier to keep in touch, and dramatic improvements to Live Text and Visual Look Up.


You can now pause a video on any frame with text to perform common actions such as copy, translate, look up, share, and more.

It's now even easier to dial numbers, visit websites, convert currencies, translate languages, and do other things in photos, videos, and Cameras.

Lock Screen


You can make your iPhone uniquely yours by customizing the Lock Screen. Moreover, you can display favorite photos, change font styles, and display a set of widgets for quick access to information.

You can now easily switch between different Lock Screens, each with its own backdrop and style. For ideas, browse a gallery of wallpapers with suggested photos and themed collections.

Also, Widgets on the Lock Screen allow you to quickly view data from your favorite apps such as the weather, calendar events, date, time zones, alarms, battery level, Activity ring progress, and more.

You can also view Lock Screen notifications in an expanded list view, stacked view, or hidden view. In addition, notifications appear at the bottom of the screen, keeping them out of the way.

Lastly, Live Activities make it easier to stay up to date on what's going on in real-time, right from your Lock Screen. So you can check a game's score or track the progress of your food delivery without having to unlock your device.



A new streamlined Focus setup allows you to choose which apps and people you want to receive notifications from by allowing or silencing them.

You can Connect your Lock Screen to your Focus so that the look and feel of your iPhone correspond to how you intend to use it at the time.

You can also switch from your Personal Focus to your Work Focus with a swipe, with widgets displaying upcoming meetings and to-do lists.



You can select what to include based on a start date or the people in the photographs.

Once the shared library is set up, you can share photos directly from Camera, choose to share automatically when other members of the shared library are nearby, and get smart suggestions for adding photos to the shared library in For You.

In the shared library, you can also add, edit, and delete photos. Favorites, captions, and keywords all sync, so if one person organizes the collection, it benefits everyone.


You can now edit a message you just sent or unsubscribe from a recent message entirely. You can also mark a message as unread if you can't respond right away and want to return to it later.

You can now watch the latest episode of your favorite show or listen to a new song while chatting about it in Messages with your friends. Furthermore, shared playback controls ensure that you are always in sync.

To begin collaborating right away, share notes, presentations, reminders, Safari Tab Groups, and more in Messages. View updates on shared projects in the thread and easily contact your collaborators directly from the app you're using.

Health App

Apple plans to introduce an updated version of the Health app that will expand sleep tracking functionality and medicine management.

Apple is developing a medicine management tool that will let users scan their pill bottles into the app, but the initial version of the feature is unlikely to include all of the planned functionality.

The Health app is also set to gain new women's health features.

Wallet Adds Apple Pay Later, Order Tracking, and Other Features


Apple Pay Later provides a seamless and secure way to split the cost of an Apple Pay purchase into four equal payments spread over six weeks, with zero interest and no fees of any kind.

Built into Apple Wallet and designed with users’ financial health in mind, Apple Pay Later makes it easy to view, track, and repay Apple Pay Later payments within Wallet.

Users can apply for Apple Pay Later when they are checking out with Apple Pay, or in Wallet. Apple Pay Later is available everywhere Apple Pay is accepted online or in-app, using the Mastercard network.

Additionally, with Apple Pay Order Tracking, users can receive detailed receipts and order tracking information in Wallet for Apple Pay purchases with participating merchants.

The Next Generation of CarPlay


CarPlay has completely altered how people interact with their automobiles, and the next generation of CarPlay goes much farther by fully integrating with the hardware of a vehicle.

CarPlay will be able to supply material for various screens within the vehicle, resulting in a unified and consistent experience.

Deeper integration with the vehicle will allow users to manage the radio or modify the climate directly through CarPlay, and CarPlay will fluidly render the speed, fuel level, temperature, and other information on the instrument cluster using vehicle data.

Users will be able to tailor their driving experience by selecting multiple gauge cluster designs, and with the addition of widget compatibility, users will be able to get at-a-glance information like Weather and Music right on their car's dashboard.

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