Apple WWDC 2021 Special: iOS 15, macOS Monterey and more: Vertical Hold Ep 332

Apple announced sweeping changes to its operating systems at WWDC 2021, but what’s worth getting excited about? Where are the cracks appearing in Apple’s walled garden? Special Guest News Corp Tech Editor Jen Dudley-Nicholson (@jendudley)!

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It was a big ol’ week in Cupertino, with Apple holding its WorldWide Developers Conference virtually again this week, so we’ve taken a deep dive into the massive software changes coming in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, WatchOS 8 and macOS Monterey this week.

Joining us on our journey through everything Apple is News Corp Tech Editor (and Hard Quiz champion) Jennifer Dudley Nicholson!

Want even more on WWDC21? Alex wrote up a keynote wrap on the new features here, while Adam wrote about Apple’s walled garden coming down (a little) here, Apple’s WWDC 21 privacy stance here and the productivity boosts coming to iPadOS and macOS Monterey here.


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