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WWDC 2023 may feature cool updates to iOS 17 Control Center, watchOS 10 may get a User Interface Enhancements and a new 24-Inch iMac ready to come in 2023.

As the excitement builds up for WWDC 2023, rumours are buzzing with expectations of what we might see in the upcoming iOS 17 and watchOS 10 updates. With just two months to go, we’re starting to get a glimpse of what’s in store and what’s new from the last year’s WWDC 2022. Additionally, Apple released the iOS 16.4.1 bug fix update this week and some tantalizing rumours about OLED display technology for some of its Mac notebooks. So, keep reading to catch up on all the latest news and updates.

iOS 17 to Revamp iPhone’s Control Center with “Notable Changes”

One of the most significant rumours we’ve heard is about the upcoming “major” changes to Control Center on the iPhone in iOS 17. Control Center has been a consistent feature of iOS since its introduction with iOS 7 almost a decade ago. However, the look and feel of the feature have remained relatively unchanged since the release of iOS 11. This menu provides iPhone users with a quick and convenient way to access important system controls, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, display brightness, and volume adjustments, among other essential functions. On newer iPhone models, such as the iPhone X, we can access Control Center by swiping down from the top-right corner of the screen. The upcoming iOS 17 update will prioritize performance and stability enhancements, indicating that a revamped Control Center will be a major part of the update.

Get ready for the announcement of Next-Level iMac in WWDC 2023

The iMac, known for its sleek design and impressive performance, received a significant update in April 2021 with the release of the 24-inch model featuring the M1 chip. A new iMac launch in 2023 is now suggested by the latest rumors. Here’s what we know so far about the possible features and changes to expect in the upcoming iMac:

M3 chip:

The new iMac may will be equipped with the M3 chip, a more advanced version of the M1 chip in the current model. The M3 chip will offer improved graphics capabilities and faster performance.

Larger screen:

Reports suggest that the new iMac could have a larger screen size than the current 24-inch model. This may include a 27-inch or 32-inch display.

Redesigned keyboard:

Apple has been testing new keyboard designs, and the new iMac may come with a redesigned keyboard that provides a better typing experience.

Thinner bezels:

The new iMac will have thinner bezels around the screen for a more immersive viewing experience than the current model.

More colour options:

Apple might offer even more colour options with the new iMac, following the success of the colourful design of the current iMac.

Apple WatchOS 10 to receive User Interface Enhancements

The highly-anticipated watchOS 10 update promises to bring “notable changes” that will enhance your overall experience. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg says, these updates will be announced at WWDC 2023, which will take place on June 5, along with the unveiling of iOS 17, macOS 14, and other exciting software updates.

While the expected launch of upcoming Apple Watch models in later this year may only see modest upgrades in terms of hardware, the software side of things is going to get a major facelift. With the upcoming watchOS 10 update, Apple will revolutionize the way you use your Apple Watch.

Apple Launches Latest Updates for iOS 16.4.1 and macOS Ventura 13.3.1 to Address Bugs and Security Issues:

Apple recently launched the latest iOS update, version 16.4.1, with the primary purpose of fixing multiple bugs that were affecting Siri’s responses. Additionally, the update addresses two security vulnerabilities that had the potential to be exploited by attackers. In tandem with the iOS update, Apple has also released an update for macOS Ventura 13.3.1. This update fixes an issue with emojis and a bug that previously prevented users from unlocking their Macs while wearing an Apple Watch.

It’s crucial for Apple device owners to update their devices to ensure protection against possible security breaches. The update process is uncomplicated and easy to follow. Therefore, company recommends to download the latest versions of iOS and macOS Ventura promptly.

MacBook Pro OLED Display Upgrade Delayed Until 2026

According to a recent report by renowned display industry analyst Ross Young, it seems that Apple is in no rush to release high-end MacBook Pro models with OLED displays. Recent speculations say that this might not happen until the year 2026. This may be due to the limited production capacity for notebook-optimized OLED displays in Apple’s supply chain. For now, suppliers will prioritize producing OLED displays for tablet devices, such as the iPad Pro.

Apple plans to soon release a new 13.4-inch MacBook Air with an OLED screen. Apple believes that switching from LCD to OLED technology will have a number of advantages, including increased brightness, higher contrast ratio, and reduced power consumption, which would result in longer battery life.

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