Apple iPhone 13 lineup in various colors.

WWDC unveils iOS 16 with new iPhone features

Monday will give iPhone owners their first look at the big changes coming to their smartphones this fall.

Apple will virtually host its Worldwide Developers Conference this week, starting with a keynote address Monday where they are widely expected to unveil iOS 16, the latest software for its iPhones.

The keynote will likely also serve as a platform for sharing software updates related to their other products as well, including iPads, MacBooks and the Apple Watch.

USA TODAY will provide live updates on what’s coming to iOS 16 throughout the keynote, which starts at 1 pm ET.

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Apple iPhone 13 lineup in various colors.

What is WWDC?

The Worldwide Developers Conference, held each year, is a week-long gathering of developers of applications for Apple products including the iPhone, Mac, and iPad to connect with fellow developers and discover new tools for creating apps.

The conference had previously been hosted at a convention center in San Francisco before the COVID-19 pandemic transformed it to a virtual experience in 2020.

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