The iPad homescreen gets new features+1
iOS gets the ability to change default apps from those that Apple make, including email+1
Memoji will get updated to include face coverings+2
A CPU transition is announced for the Mac+1
Apple shares a video touting the benefits of the LiDAR sensor found in the 2020 iPad Pros for AR+1
Something in the default Dock of Catalina becomes a Catalyst app+2
New iMessage features, including the ability to retract sent messages0
watchOS gets new sleep tracking features+1
The iPad gets a new development tool to write code on device, that is not Swift Playgrounds-1
The ARM transition box will be a Mac mini💪
Developers will get tools for more control over refresh rate/frame rate in apps👎
Improved external display support for iPadOS👎
A new Apple display👎
🔮Predicted 1.7 years ahead of its time.
Came true on March 8, 2022 when Studio Display was announced.
Apple says literally anything about the HomePod💪
A new iMac is announced with Intel CPUs👎
No Apple services bundle announced💪
The keynote is held outside on the stage Apple uses for concerts at Apple Park👎
At least one major video game developer will bring an exclusive title to Apple Arcade👎
🔮Predicted 1 year ahead of its time.
Came true on June 15, 2021 when game developer Snowman announced Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City as an Apple Arcade exclusive title.
watchOS 7 will feature mental health features👎
🔮Predicted 12 months ahead of its time.
Came true on June 7, 2021 when watchOS 8 was announced with new Mind app.
Shortcuts gets folders💪
Shortcuts gets new Files integration and ability to run bookmarks in 3rd party actions👎
iOS will get the ability to lock the phone to portrait, but continue watching videos in landscape👎
New Notes framework for developers👎
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