WWDC23 highlights


Key Takeaways from WWDC23 Highlights:

Apple Vision Pro: Tim Cook introduced Apple Vision Pro, a groundbreaking computer that merges the real and digital worlds through augmented reality. It allows users to interact with digital content as if it exists in their physical space, using natural inputs like eyes, hands, and voice.

M2 Ultra Chip: Apple expanded its M2 chip family with the introduction of the M2 Ultra chip, which offers unparalleled performance. It features a 24-core CPU, a 76-core GPU, and a 32-core neural engine. The chip sets new memory capacity standards and excels in handling machine learning workloads.

iOS 17 and Transformer-based Autocorrect: iOS 17 brings significant enhancements to keyboard intelligence, including autocorrect powered by on-device machine learning and a SOTA transformer language model for improved word prediction accuracy. Dictation also benefits from a transformer-based speech recognition model.

macOS Sonoma: macOS 14, named Sonoma, introduces widgets, interactive and dynamically adjusting to user usage. Gaming Mode enhances gaming performance, and a new game porting toolkit streamlines game compatibility and optimization for Mac.

Safari Updates: Safari prioritizes privacy with enhanced private browsing, secure password and passkey sharing, and profiles for separating work and personal browsing. Web apps provide faster access to sites with an app-like experience.

AirPods: AirPods Pro gains Adaptive Audio, adjusting audio based on preferences and surrounding conditions. Conversation Awareness intelligently lowers audio volume when speaking.