My thoughts on the 2022 Apple WWDC keynote, including the launch of a new M2 processor, MacOS Ventura, and iPadOS 16/iOS 16.
As of January 2022, support for the BlackBerry OS, and thus by default the classic BlackBerry phone, has been discontinued.
Apple’s September 2021 event saw Apple launch the iPhone 13; the Cupertino-based company also launched a long-overdue revamp for the iPad Mini.
Apple at this year’s WWDC announced extended support for older iPhones and iPads via iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.
Apple’s “Spring Loaded” keynote saw the announcement of paid subscription tiers for Podcasts, plus the return of multicolored iMacs.
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