There are a few weeks left before WWDC22, the biggest event of the year for Apple developers, begins. In this event we will know all the news about the new operating systems of the big apple: iOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 9 and much more. Now it is time to imagine what functions we expect, what are the rumors that have been heard the most in recent days and, above all, what are the most reliable. A few hours ago, the well-known and popular analyst Mark Gurman commented that iOS 16 will bring new Apple apps and new ways of interacting with the operating system. What is Apple up to?

iOS 16 could include new Apple apps

There are many rumors that are appearing around iOS 16 in recent months. It is expected that this new operating system will not include a radical change in design. Nevertheless, Apple will improve user interaction with the operating system and will introduce more privacy features by expanding the features included in iCloud+.

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These rumors have been increased and made more solid thanks to new information from the well-known Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman. The analyst claims that Apple will introduce new official applications with which to help the user to expand their experience in iOS. Besides, will improve user interaction with the operating system through new ways of interacting.

It has not been specified what these ways of interacting are, but we are almost sure that they will be oriented, or at least some of them, to improve interaction with widgets. Widgets are static and only display information. Perhaps iOS 16 allows you to interact with them in order to ensure that they not only provide information but also control the operating system from the home screen.

Gurman also expects that the news in watchOS 9 will be very important, especially aimed at improvements in Health and in the monitoring of user activity. Let us remember that these novelties will give rise to the future Apple Watch Series 8 that will see the light in the second half of 2022.