Apple’s WWDC 2022 kicks off today, with Apple CEO Tim Cook’s eagerly-anticipated keynote, at 10AM PDT / 6PM GMT.
It’s an exciting moment in Apple history for many reasons. This is Apple’s first partially in-person World Wide Developers Conference since 2019. While the majority of people will watch the event and attend sessions virtually, a small group of developers, analysts, and media (including our own Lance Ulanoff and Matt Hanson) will be in attendance at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.
As for the keynote and two-day conference, it will be packed to the gills (maybe more so than ever) with platform update announcements and surprises.
We’ll almost certainly learn more about iOS 16, a new iPad OS, macOS 13, watchOS 8, further updates on Apple TV, very likely new MacBooks and even a new mixed reality headset (although that doesn’t seem as likely any longer).
And don’t forget: if you want to ignore this excellent live blog and follow along yourself, here’s how to watch WWDC 2022 (opens in new tab).
WWDC 2022: what to expect
We’ll be bringing you all the info on what’s coming over the course of the day, as we build to the full keynote later today.
Here are the key things we’re expecting:
iOS 16 could bring a world of change to your iPhone with redesigned stock apps, updated notifications, and always-on screen support. It’s also widely expected to offer a new range of lock-screen apps – and some have speculated that the always-on display we expect to see in the iPhone 14 Pro will be shown off too… but that seems pretty unlikely. Apple never drops hits.
macOS 13 will get a cool name (many expect Mammoth) but, aside from more features that help it work with iPad OS and other mobile apps, we may not see a world of changes on the Mac desktop.
The M2 chips are of greater interest to desktop and laptop fans: as the follow-up to Apple’s M1. Apple Silicon is now a major player in the CPU (desktop and mobile) space and that’s largely due to the incredible performance of the M1 lineup. Expect exciting things from M2 – if it does arrive.
If we see an M2 chip, it has to go somewhere, and our money is on a new MacBook Air.
watchOS 9 could bring some interface adjustments and maybe even hint of health-related features to come with the next Apple Watch, but few are expecting significant changes.
realityOS and Apple AR glasses are perhaps the biggest what-if of the WWDC keynote. Many now believe we’ll see the glasses for the first time during the keynote and learn a lot about what is expected to be Apple’s bespoke VR/AR platform for both its AR glasses and a possible VR headset.
However, the latest news suggests this won’t be the case, with 2023 the new date to see Apple’s next big hardware jump.
Whatever happens, you have come to the right place. Just sit back and find out how close our guesses match Apple’s upcoming development reality – and you don’t even need to do anything as this page refreshes automatically.
How to Delete Your Instagram Account – MacRumors
Instagram now allows you to delete your account from directly within the Instagram app. This article shows you how it’s done.
To comply with Apple’s updated App Store guidelines, Instagram in June 2022 added an option in its app for users to delete their account on the service.
Previously it was only possible to delete your Instagram account by logging into a web browser on a desktop browser or mobile device. However, Apple told developers that apps offering account creation must also support account deletion from June 30, 2022, so Instagram had to add the feature.
If you want to delete your account, be aware that account deletion is permanent and it removes your profile, photos, videos, comments, likes, and followers.
That said, there is a 30-day period in which you can change your mind about deleting your account, so you can log back into Instagram after requesting deletion if you want to stop the deletion.
Note that instead of deleting your account, you could always deactivate your Instagram account temporarily, and all of your content will be hidden until your enable it again by logging back in.
Here are the steps to deleting (or deactivating) your Instagram account on iPhone.
- Launch the Instagram app.
- Tap the profile icon in the bottom-right corner.
- Tap the three lines in the top-right corner.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Account.
- Tap Delete account near the bottom of the menu.
- Confirm by tapping Delete Account (or Deactivate Account).
Instagram also lets you hide your status, which prevents anyone from knowing when you were last online or last active on the service. To learn how it works, check out our dedicated how-to article.
Oppo Reno 8 launching soon! RAM, colour to camera, know what is coming – HT Tech
Oppo Reno 8 series launch in India is expected this month and this is what all we know so far, from its price, colours to specs.
After making its entry into the global markets, Oppo Reno 8 series will be launched in India too! Recently, rumours and leaks suggested that Oppo is unveiling the Reno 8 and Reno 8 Pro on 21 July 2022 in India, tipster Abhishek Yadav shared the news. After launching in China, several reports and leaks surfaced on the internet suggesting that Oppo will only bring the vanilla Oppo Reno 8 variant along with the Reno 8 Pro as the rebranded version of the most spiced up version of Reno 8 Pro+ in China. However, Oppo is still mute on the expected launch of the Oppo Reno 8 series in India. Meanwhile, tipster, Mukul Sharma tipped interesting specs about the Oppo Reno 8 series including, colour variants, storage options and pricing for Indian variants. Here’s what we know so far about Oppo Reno 8’s arrival and its specs in India.
Oppo Reno 8 expected specs in India
The leak from tipster Mukul Sharma reconfirmed the arrival of Oppo Reno 8 and Reno 8 pro models in India which are tipped to bring three storage options for both models. These storage options include – 8GB RAM with 128GB and 256GB storage option, and a 12GB RAM with 256GB storage variant.
The vanilla version may likely be available in two different sets of two colour options – Shimmer Gold and Shimmer Black, while the Pro version is expected to feature Glazed Black and Glazed Green options.
Previous leaks suggest that the Pro avatar of the Oppo Reno 8 series is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It may pack the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max chipset. As it is expected to be the rebranded version of the Reno 8 Pro+, it may boast the same camera specs with a triple rear camera setup that includes a 50MP main camera along with an 8MP ultrawide and a 2MP microsensor. This is also equipped with a Mariana MariSilicon X chip for still imaging and better videos. In front, it features a 32MP selfie camera.
Oppo Reno 8 expected price
The latest leak also shed light on the expected price of the duo Oppo Reno 8 variants. According to the tipster Mukul Sharma, the Pro version may debut with a starting price of around Rs. 45,000-46,000, while the entry variant may have Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 33,000 pricing. Though, it is worth noting that Oppo is yet to confirm the details for its Reno 8 series in India.
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It seems like it was only recently that Apple released their new 14-inch MacBook Pro powerhouse, getting a release in late 2021. And though we’ve seen $100 taken off the price during last year’s Black Friday, we’ve not seen any bigger discount until now. Over at Amazon, there is limited stock being sold down from $1,999 to $1,799, offering you a $200 saving (opens in new tab) – the biggest we’ve seen on this model.
Let there be no doubt – we love this laptop. When we spent time with it for our MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021) review, we had to give it five stars, such was its sleek design, supreme power and handy portable size. But is it worth nearly two grand? The answer is yes – if you’re going to make the most of the 14-inch Pro’s power. If this is going to be a replacement for your regular desktop PC, or if you’re a creative, such as a video editor, who needs industry-leading features in your laptop, then the 14-inch MacBook Pro (2021) is indeed a brilliant option. And saving $200 on top of that? It’s well worth getting while stocks last.
If you want to see a wider selection of what the lowest MacBook Pro 14-inch prices are, we’ve got a guide just for you. Otherwise, keep an eye on the upcoming Apple Prime Day deals that we’ll be covering soon too.
If stock has run out of the above deal, below are all the live MacBook Pro 14-inch deals currently being pulled in. They may not be as much as $200 off, but they should offer a good bargain on the top laptop nonetheless.
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