The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) brings us new gadgets, features, and insights into tech breakthroughs every year. Apart from what was expected, the very first day brought many surprises and unannounced reveals.
The new iPhone iOS 16 and several updates for iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch were all introduced on day one of the WWDC. However, these weren’t a big surprise as it has been previously leaked and talked about inside the tech community.
Given you get the newest iOs16 and the latest macOS Ventura, you’ll be able to use your iPhone as a webcam. In other words, you’ll no longer have to use the low-quality webcams during Zoom or video chatting.
In addition to this, it’ll also be possible to use two of the lenses simultaneously during a mode called ‘Desk View’’. Enabling this feature means you’ll be able to show something to the other person, and they’ll still be able to see you.
Apart from these, Apple also introduced a completely new CarPlay. Now, it doesn’t just serve as a way to have data on your phone, but it enables a more comprehensive integration with the car itself: radio control, adjusting AC, and insight into data such as speed and fuel.