Apple’s WWDC 2022 event is set to start on June 6th, and it looks like iOS 16 and watchOS 9 will be in for some major upgrades this year. According to reports, Apple will revamp both the operating systems in a big way at WWDC 2022. According to reports, iOS 16 will bring much-needed changes across the board, including updates to notifications and new health-tracking features." Although the report states that a complete redesign of the iOS interface is impossible, many new features and changes are expected. Apple’s new iOS 16 internally "Sydney" Name is given.
Apple Watch series may also get major changes with watchOS 9, including "Activity upgrade and health tracking" is included. Reports had earlier indicated the release of three new smartwatches in the Apple Watch series later this year.
The report states that Apple is unlikely to announce its Mixed Reality headset in June this year. The headset has been the subject of various leaks and rumors for over a year now and while a launch is nearing, reports suggest it is not there at this WWDC.
Apple may change this with iPadOS 16, which may or may not be announced during WWDC 2022. Expected changes include a software experience built around the performance of the M1 chip, which brings Apple’s tablet closer to the MacBook in terms of power.