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WWDC21 is a wrap!

The Weekender
This week’s Worldwide Developers Conference brought an avalanche of info about what to expect from Apple’s next-gen operating systems.
Our top post runs down our overall first impressions after Monday’s WWDC keynote. And our newsy roundups showcase each platform’s new key features.
Cult of Mac published too many stories this week to cram all the links into one newsletter. But don’t miss Ed Hardy’s deeper hands-on dives into key features coming in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.
And if you want to get exhaustive, you can dig through all the posts by key platform: iOS 15, macOS Monterey, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 and tvOS.
We’ll continue our coverage of all the new features next week, but that should keep you busy till Monday!
— Lewis Wallace, managing editor

News and opinion
Hands on: Live Text in iOS 15 is completely amazing
Some Apple fans are upset they sold their MacBook Pros ahead of WWDC
Teen dev re-creates ‘nostalgic’ iOS 4 as standalone app called OldOS
Craig Federighi’s impressive WWDC iPad catch gets set to toe-tapping music
How to enable spatial audio for Apple Music
How to download the iOS and iPadOS 15 developer betas
Run Windows apps on your Mac with this $25 app bundle featuring Parallels Pro
Win big with this ultimate Apple giveaway worth more than $5,000
Power 3 Apple devices at once with this 3-in-1 cable, now nearly 60% off
Manage all your Apple gear for $20 with iMazing iOS Device Manager
'Lisey’s Story' goes even deeper in unnerving third chapter [Apple TV+ review]
Linedock 16” adds everything to MacBook but the kitchen sink [Review]
Here’s a scoop: 'Home Before Dark' finally finds its stride [Apple TV+ review]
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