At the opening of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple announced that it’s jumping into the buy-now-pay-later game. Apple Pay Later will let users split a bill into four equal payments without interest or fees. The tech giant also showcased iOS 16, the latest software for iPhones, which has a more customizable lock screen and notifications that roll in from the bottom to minimize clutter. And Messages is getting a revamp, giving users the option to edit messages they’ve already sent — goodbye typos! — and to unsend messages entirely.
- Apple unveiled a redesigned MacBook Air powered by its new in-house silicon, the M2 chip. Apple says the chip is 18% faster than the previous-generation M1.
- WatchOS 9, the latest software for the Apple Watch, will let wearers track how long they spend in each stage of sleep.
- Apple said it is working with car makers to expand the capabilities of CarPlay, allowing it to run climate control and more.