The WWDC already has a date and how little we know about the inaugural keynote of the same will be that we will see the the new versions of the operating systems that bring our devices to life. It is rare that we see software leaks, as its development within Apple Park makes it easier to prevent leaks. Even so, we have a long list of news wishes that we want to see.
From small details to profound changes
Before you begin, clarify that this article is a list and reflection of the news that we would like to see in operating systems. We have no information of any kind and we are not relying on any rumors or leaksWe simply imagine new things in what we consider possible and logical.
Let’s start with the iPad. The new iPadOS 15 can bring some very interesting news. One of them is the Arrival of the app library on the apps screen
The iPad could benefit from the arrival of certain applications, from the iPhone we could see the arrival of the Weather application and, although at this stage it seems unlikely, of the Calculator. From the Mac The preview might come with the ability to edit PDF documents in a more versatile way than we can currently do in the Files app.
Entering the realm of the iPhone, but without leaving the iPad, there are several changes in iOS / iPadOS that could be of interest. One of them is the possibility of save some emoji as favorites, although it is true that the “recently used” section almost fulfills this function.
The keychain could win the Support for two-factor authentication codes and also allows us to log more than just passwords. The same credit cards that we save in Safari’s settings for autofill might well be bundled into one section along with software licenses, ID documents, etc. A section that would inherit much of what 1Password currently offers.
In the Apple Watch Home app could get a big overhaul. Not relying on Siri, looking for the exact light we want to turn on by turning the digital crown in a long list is an experience that can be improved upon. Another interesting novelty would be the arrival of the Notes application, even if it was a read-only option, being able to consult certain texts from the wrist would have more than one interesting use case.
The Apple Watch would also benefit from the arrival of the app Salud, an application that could also appear on the iPad and on the Mac to be able to consult our data and metrics from any device.
In the Mac there is a wish that stands out from the rest: the arrival of the app
When it comes to specific apps or services, we could talk about more sorting options and smart lists for the Reminders app. Think for example of power assign tasks for next week, for “one day” or other options, in the style of tools like Todoist, for example.
In iMessage the ability to delete sent messages and control audio message playback would undoubtedly be good news. New features that could accompany the ability to schedule sending emails in the Mail app or the ability to remove blemishes in the Photos app from iPhone or iPad. The Books app would benefit from a redesign and reorganization to better match the sidebar system we’ve seen since iPadOS 14.
The full list of news we can or want to see in operating systems could be for a series of articles. Here we wanted to bring together those who we consider to be the most important, even if it is a very personal subject. What is clear is that Apple can surprise us from almost any direction.