At WWDC, Apple finally turned all its devices into one big platform

“Stage Manager, an all-new interface for wrangling multiple apps and their overlapping windows, is coming to both MacOS Ventura and iPadOS 16.

iOS’s new Lock Screen customizations clearly draw considerable inspiration from how watch faces work on the Apple Watch, and the interface for choosing them is remarkably similar.

People without Apple Watches will still be able to use Apple’s Fitness app on their iPhones, turning the smartphone into a sort of Apple Watch you don’t wear on your wrist.

Apps such as Mail and Messages are getting new features that will debut on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac as soon as their updates are available this fall.
Freeform, a new Apple app for collaborative whiteboarding, is coming to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Apple’s Weather app, long an iPhone mainstay, will finally make its way to the iPad and Mac.

Apple’s most neglected operating system, the Apple TV’s tvOS, isn’t receiving much in the way of new features—but some of what it will get, such as support for Nintendo Switch game controllers, will also be available on other platforms.”

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