Following an incredible June, this is what Apple has planned for July.

Following a tremendous June, here is everything that Apple has planned for July.

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One of Apple’s most successful months of the year was June. The M2 Ultra processor, new versions of Mac Studio, the Mac Pro, the 15-inch MacBook Air, and of course information and early developer betas for all the upcoming operating system improvements were all introduced at WWDC. Oh, and Apple also revealed the Vision Pro, a little side project that won’t be available until early 2024. Here, you can catch up on everything related to WWDC.

What then remains for July? Since all the new Macs have already begun delivering and no new hardware is anticipated until September, the focus in July and August will be exclusively on software and services. In addition to the public betas of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 9, tvOS 17, and macOS Sonoma, we anticipate the release of iOS 16.6 and iOS 17 in July.

This summer, there are also a ton of fantastic Apple TV+ programs and Apple Arcade games to look forward to. Let’s dissect it.

New equipment

I could go on for a few pages about how a new Apple product, like the second-generation AirPods Max, would be released in July, but it would be a massive stretch. Up until the September releases of the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9, all the new Macs have already been released.

One “sort-of” Apple product might be released this month: the over-the-ear Beats Studio Pro headphones, which are expected to debut in the middle of July. Since Apple owns the Beats brand, many of its devices utilize Apple technology and support Apple-only functions, just like AirPods do. With improved noise cancellation and audio, these new headphones are anticipated to be comparable to the Studio3.

Kindle Prime Day

The two-day Amazon Prime Day deal will take place on July 11 and 12. We don’t know precisely which Apple items will be discounted, but we anticipate finding MacBooks, Apple Watches, and AirPods at bargain pricing in 2023. For all of the finest discounts throughout the two-day bonanza, keep an eye on Macworld.

Changes to apps and software

iOS 16.6 and later: For a few weeks now, Apple has been testing iOS 16.6, macOS 13.5, and watchOS 9.6. Although this version provides the foundation for the iMessage Contact Key Verification security feature, there aren’t really any noticeable changes. That mostly applies to individuals who are subject to “extraordinary digital threats,” such public servants or activists who may be especially targeted by state-sponsored hackers.

StandBy, Live voicemail transcription, FaceTime video messaging, several new messaging capabilities, interactive widgets, upgrades to AirDrop, significant enhancements to Siri and dictation, and many more innovations are among the highlights.

The majority of the new capabilities in iOS 17 are also coming to iPadOS 17, while StandBy is noticeably absent.

The public beta of macOS Sonoma adds interactive desktop widgets (including widgets from your nearby iPhone), improved Safari capabilities, capabilities for video conferencing, and a Game Mode to boost gaming performance.

The upcoming watchOS version, watchOS 10, has redesigned applications, a focus on widgets, and a new Smart Stack that is constantly updated with useful information. watchOS 10 Public Beta: The newest watchOS update represents a significant shift to the Apple Watch UI.

The main function of tvOS 17 is FaceTime on your large TV screen, which utilizes Continuity Camera to use your iPhone (running iOS 17) as the camera and microphone.

Offerings Apple TV+

These are the movies, television shows, and specials we anticipate seeing on Apple TV+ in July. Check out our comprehensive guide to impending Apple TV+ programming if you want to know what will be available later.

In this preschool program, Duck and Goose, two feathered friends who couldn’t be more unlike from one another, discover how to bring out the best in one another. based on Tad Hills’s works. July 7

Detective Danner is back in The Afterparty (season 2) to find out whodunit by speaking with family members, former lovers, and coworkers. Each episode focuses on relaying the events from the perspective of each character in their own distinct manner. July 12

Season 2 of Apple’s massively expensive science fiction drama Foundation, which is based on the same-named Issac Asimov books, is now available. July 14

Stephen Curry is not well-known. This feature-length documentary follows Stephen Curry’s journey from an undersized college basketball player at a small-town Division I college to a four-time NBA champion, creating one of the most powerful sporting dynasties in history. It combines intimate cinéma vérité, historical material, and on-camera interviews. July 21

The comedy-drama The Beanie Bubble tells the tale of Beanie Babies, one of the most popular fantasy trends of the 1990s. July 28

iTunes Arcade

Every Friday, Apple adds new games to Apple Arcade, although not every Friday sees a major upgrade or new game.

One of the finest deck-building roguelike games in recent years is Slay the Spire. July 7

Lego Duplo World+: This early childhood game, designed for children aged 2 to 5, should make you delighted to give your child an iPad for that lengthy summer vacation. July 7

The famous and entertaining iPhone fishing and shooting game has been upgraded in Ridiculous Fishing EX by the original developers. July 14

One of the greatest and most played independent “cozy” games of the last ten years is Stardew Valley+. Farming games abound, but there is only one Stardew Valley. July 21

A family-friendly open-world adventure for children (or adults) who adore Sanrio characters is the Hello Kitty Island Adventure. July 28

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