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Apple on Monday unveiled iOS 16, its next-generation mobile software, at its annual developer conference, promising the new system will change the way users text friends through iMessage, allowing them to edit or unsend messages.

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The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC2022), which kicked off on Monday, brought news of other new features to Apple products, including personalized lock screens and the ability to track “live” activities like updates to sporting events or the location of your Uber ride.

The company announced on Monday:

· A new version of CarPlay that will include customized widgets controlled by the iPhone.

· U.S. users of the new operating system will be allowed to spread payments over eight weeks on Apple Pay.

· Passkeys will replace passwords by using Touch ID or Face ID.

· The Apple Watch will support custom workout features, enhanced sleep tracking, a medications app, heart rate zones and information on a runner’s stride.

· OS Ventura, the company’s latest Mac software, will allow users to hand off FaceTime calls to other devices and share Safari tabs with others.

· The software will also allow iPhones to be used as a webcam, with a product called Continuity Camera.

· Stage Manager will allow users to switch between multiple overlapping apps to create a customized workspace. It will also allow users to connect to an external display, and drag-and-drop files between devices.

In addition to software updates, the company announced a new MacBook Air will be available soon. The new MacBook will be designed around its new M2 in-house processor. It will feature an improved front-facing camera with twice the resolution of the previous model.

MacBook Pro starts at $1,299, with the MacBook Air beginning at $1,099.

WWDC2022 continues through Friday.