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Native Mac apps built with Mac Catalyst can share code with your iPad apps, and you can add more features just for Mac. In macOS Big Sur, you can create even more powerful versions of your apps and take advantage of every pixel on the screen by running them at native Mac resolution. Apps built with Mac Catalyst can now be fully controlled using just the keyboard, access more iOS frameworks, and take advantage of the all-new look of macOS Big Sur. There’s never been a better time to turn your iPad app into a powerful Mac app.
Jun 22, 2020 Today, at WWDC20, Apple unveiled a multitude of improvements coming to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.The new features will come with the release of iOS.
Designed for macOS Big Sur.
When an app built with Mac Catalyst runs on macOS Big Sur, it automatically adopts the new design. The new Maps and Messages apps were built with the latest version of Mac Catalyst.
Get a head start on your native Mac app.
Your iPad app can be made into an excellent Mac app. Now’s the perfect time to bring your app to life on Mac. The latest version of Xcode 12 is all you need. Begin by selecting the “Mac” checkbox in the project settings of your existing iPad app to create a native Mac app that you can enhance further. Your Mac and iPad apps share the same project and source code, making it easy to make changes in one place.
Optimize your interface for Mac.
Your newly created Mac app runs natively, utilizing the same frameworks, resources, and runtime environment as apps built just for Mac. Fundamental Mac desktop and windowing features are added, and touch controls are adapted to the keyboard and mouse. By default, your app will scale to match the iPad’s resolution. On macOS Big Sur, you can choose “Optimize interface for Mac” to use the Mac idiom, running your app using the native resolution on Mac. This gives you full control of every pixel on the screen and allows your app to adopt more controls specific to Mac, such as pull-down menus and checkboxes.
Even more powerful.
The new APIs and behaviors in macOS Big Sur let you create even more powerful Mac apps. Apps can now be fully controlled using just the keyboard. You can create out-of-window and detachable popovers, control window tabbing using new window APIs, and make it easier for users to select photos in your app by using the updated Photos picker. iOS Photos editing extensions can now be built to run on Mac. And your app is even easier to manage when it’s running in the background with improved app lifecycle APIs.
New and updated frameworks.
Mac Catalyst adds support for new and updated frameworks to extend what your apps can do on Mac. HomeKit support means home automation apps can run alongside the Home app on Mac. The addition of the ClassKit framework lets Mac apps track assignments and share progress with teachers and students. Plus, there are updates to many existing frameworks, including Accounts, Contacts, Core Audio, GameKit, MediaPlayer, PassKit, and StoreKit.
Tools and resources.
Download Xcode 12 beta and use these resources to build native Mac apps with Mac Catalyst.
Today, at WWDC20, Apple unveiled a multitude of improvements coming to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. The new features will come with the release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and MacOS X Big Sur later this year and function across all of these devices. So you'll find continuity in the way Messages, Maps, Siri and home screen widgets work and enhanced privacy and security features across the board. Here's what to expect.
Major app updates
Apple is completely re-arranging how you organize and access your iPhone apps on their limited screen real estate. With the App Library, iOS 14 automates your app organization, grouping your most-accessed apps at the top of your main Home screen, or you can search through an alphabetical list of apps instead of random icons or make additional pages of app icons invisible. You'll also be able to mix apps with widgets, and you can choose what size to make these widgets.
Apple also is adding picture-in-picture – if you start watch a video on your iPhone, you can resize it and continue to play it on top of whatever app you open or navigate through. And when calls come in, a notification will appear at the top of the screen, instead of taking over your screen, so you can take or dismiss the call without leaving what you're working on.
With the new Messages, you'll be able to respond to a specific individual in a group text instead of broadcasting a reply to everyone, and can set group text notifications so you're alerted to new responses only when you're mentioned or addressed directly. Apple also is adding 20 new hair styles, face mask coverings, and expanded aging options to its memojis.
Instead of searching for and downloading a complete app just to do one thing, Apple Clips let you quickly access only the bit of an app that's necessary to complete a task, like paying for parking or taking a class. Aiming your iPhone at a circular Apple Clip code, which resembles a round QR code, or tapping the code, which has an embedded NFC chip, lets you quickly access only the necessary bit of an app. Clips will have access to your Apple Pay info to quickly complete a transaction, such as renting a bike, and Sign in with Apple will handle account creation. Apple expects many businesses and larger apps to post Apple Clips codes in the real world.
In addition to driving, walking, and mass transit directions, Apple is adding cycling, which will provide route information that includes bicycle lanes, traffic, elevation, and stairs. Cycling routes will initially be available for New York, the San Francisco Bay area, Los Angeles, Shanghai, and Beijing, with more to come. If you've got an electric car, you'll also be able to identify EV-friendly routes that include built-in stops at compatible charging station locations and information on congestion and green zones. Apple also is expanding its Look Around street view feature to the U.K., Ireland and Canada, and adding it to the Maps app in MacOS X Big Sur.
You'll not only be able to turn your iPhone into a car key to unlock and start your vehicle, but you'll be able to share keys, like you do with a smart lock, with limitations on functions and time. The digital key capabilities will starting rolling out in the 2021 BMW 5 Series. In the car, existing CarPlay systems will get new parking, EV charging and quick food ordering options.
Instead of your Siri request monopolizing your entire screen, you'll see only a small animated swirl at the bottom of your screen, keeping whatever app you have open and visible. And when the information you requested is displayed, it also doesn't monopolize the screen.
The the new Scribble capabilities, handwriting on an iPad with an Apple Pencil is a easy as using an onscreen keyboard. Anything you scribble in a text field will automatically be translated into text, whether you're searching the web or filling out a form. In documents, you can choose to leave written notes as they are or translate them into text. Phone numbers can be double tapped for calling, addresses can be open in Maps, and rough drawn shapes can be automatically transformed into perfect renderings.
Apps in the Apple Store will now display security and privacy details – what kind of data each app collects and potentially shares – in the same way that food packages always list ingredients. Apps will also be required to ask your permission before it tracks you. In the new iOS and MacOS X versions of Safari, you'll be able to check on data collection and security functions for individual web sites. And with browser extensions for Safari, you'll be able to limit their use to specific sites and easily enable them on a per-use basis.
Apple Watch and AirPods Updates
Ios Apps On Mac Os
Apple is finally adding a long-missing Sleep app to Apple Watch OS 7. Using its existing biomedical sensors, the new Watch Sleep app not only tracks your sleep, but it also provides you with a customizable Wind Down function that can gradually dim your Watch's display, turn on Do Not Disturb and turn on the Night Mode display. You'll also get a haptic wake-up alarm, so only you get awoken, and a battery level reminder to make sure you recharge your Watch once you're up. Your sleep details also will be integrated into the Apple Health app.
Apple is changing the name of its Activity app to Fitness, and adding a new Dance function, that tracks various dance fitness routines such as HipHop, Cardio, and Bollywood styles, along with new Core Training and Cooldown functions. The Bicycle Fitness function also adds the new cycling-specific route information as it does in the iOS Map app.
Accounting for the COVID era in which we live, WatchOS 7 adds automatic handwashing detection, and starts a 20-second clock to make sure you perform a complete recommended scrubbing.
Apple also is updating the software for its AirPods earbuds, adding automatic device switching – the buds will know which device you're using and automatically switch as you move from your iPhone to your iPad or Mac. Plus, a new Spatial Audio feature for AirPods Pro will create a surround sound immersive experience that follows your head as it moves around so the audio always seems to come from your device. Spatial Audio is compatible with videos encoded with Dolby 5.1, 7.1, or ATMOS soundtracks.
Apple to using its own chips for smoother integration between devices
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a major hardware shift as the company makes a two-year transition from Intel chip to its own Apple Silicon; Apple has been designing and using its own chips in both the iPhone and iPad since they were introduced.
For users, the major improvement from Apple Silicon-based Macs will be smoother integration between Apple's devices, such as being to run Apple's millions of iPhone and iPad apps on a Mac desktop or MacBook laptop.
Thanks to even tighter-than-usual hardware-software integration, Apple believes that Apple Silicon Macs will run faster, more efficiently and use less power, and could result in even thinner and lighter MacBooks with longer battery life. Cook predicted that new Apple Silicon-based Macs will be available by the end of this year, along with new Intel-based versions.
[Image credit: Techlicious screenshots of Apple WWDC]