When compared to the M1, Apple claims that the new M2 processor improves performance by 18%.
Apple has introduced additional running stats, atrial fibrillation tracking, and prescription reminders to its health-tracking tools.
Apple has revamped its Home app, making it more efficient to control the devices in your smart home.
The update adds new categories for climate, lighting, and security, as well as the ability to watch four security cameras at once.
The improved M2 chip replaces the M1 in the new MacBook Air. Not only that, but it's only half an inch thick and comes in four colours: silver, space grey, starlight, and midnight.
With costs starting at $1,199 for an M2-equipped variant, it also has a larger 13.6-inch display, slimmer bezel, and a compact charger with two USB-C ports.
In addition to the new MacBook Air, the 13-inch MacBook Pro will receive an M2 upgrade. It boasts up to 24GB of RAM, 2TB of storage, and a battery life of up to 20 hours – yet it still has a Touch Bar.
You can expect an enhanced multitasking tool called Stage Manager in macOS 13 Ventura, which was recently revealed.
Apple has revealed that macOS will allow you to use your iPhone as a webcam by attaching it to a dedicated clip that will be available later this year.
iPadOS 16 has a new collaboration feature that allows you to collaborate with others in office apps like Pages, as well as a new whiteboard tool called Freeform.