During this year’s WWDC, Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, which will be called “Sonoma.”
The biggest news in Sonoma is probably the arrival of widgets on macOS. These are interactive widgets that allow users to do more than just receive information.
There is also the ability to share widgets from an iPhone to a Mac running Sonoma if they are on the same Wi-Fi network. Sonoma also includes a new “gaming mode” that can be used for all games running on macOS. The gaming mode provides benefits such as lower audio latency when routing the sound to AirPods and improved Bluetooth connectivity when using external game controllers designed for Xbox or PlayStation. Additionally, game processes will be prioritized on Apple Silicon’s CPU and GPU.
There are also some new screensavers that can double as wallpapers. Apple will release a public developer beta of macOS Sonoma today and will make the new version available to everyone sometime in the fall.