Apple previews new iPhone software, changes to Mac chips

  • In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. At its postponed and now-virtual developers conference, Apple is expected to unveil some modest changes to iPhone operating software and possibly to drop some hints about its efforts in augmented and virtual reality, although any new gadgets are still probably a few years away. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP)

    In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. At its postponed and now-virtual developers conference, Apple is expected to unveil some modest changes to iPhone operating software and possibly to drop some hints about its efforts in augmented and virtual reality, although any new gadgets are still probably a few years away. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP) Associated Press

  • In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. Apple on Monday provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use as people become ever more dependent on technology as they minimize personal contact during the worst pandemic in a century.   (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP)

    In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. Apple on Monday provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use as people become ever more dependent on technology as they minimize personal contact during the worst pandemic in a century. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP) Associated Press

  • In this photo provided by Apple Inc., senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi speaks during the keynote address of the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif.  Apple on Monday provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use as people become ever more dependent on technology as they minimize personal contact during the worst pandemic in a century.  (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP)

    In this photo provided by Apple Inc., senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi speaks during the keynote address of the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. Apple on Monday provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use as people become ever more dependent on technology as they minimize personal contact during the worst pandemic in a century. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP) Associated Press

  • In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. At its postponed and now-virtual developers conference, Apple is expected to unveil some modest changes to iPhone operating software and possibly to drop some hints about its efforts in augmented and virtual reality, although any new gadgets are still probably a few years away. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP)

    In this photo provided by Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 22, 2020, in Cupertino, Calif. At its postponed and now-virtual developers conference, Apple is expected to unveil some modest changes to iPhone operating software and possibly to drop some hints about its efforts in augmented and virtual reality, although any new gadgets are still probably a few years away. (Brooks Kraft/Apple Inc. via AP) Associated Press

 
 
Updated 6/22/2020 5:02 PM

Apple has provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use and has also announced a long-anticipated shift to a new type of chip to power its line of Mac computers

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