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The best small updates Apple didn’t mention at WWDC

A screenshot of the redesigned Photos app in iOS 18.
As usual, Apple left plenty of things out while presenting its next big software updates. | Image: Apple

Apple left out a lot of small updates at its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote this year. It makes sense: the company had a lot to talk about, with a third of its presentation entirely devoted to new AI features. But that doesn’t make the features that didn’t get airtime any less worth talking about.

From new bezel animations to better ways to manage widgets, there is plenty to discover in the first round of betas for iOS 18, macOS Sequoia, and more. Here are some of our favorites so far:


As usual, Apple left plenty of cool features out of its WWDC keynote. Here are some of our favorites. #wwdc #apple #ios18 #techtok

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