Apple has revealed a list of games that are leaving its subscription Apple Arcade service in the near future. Found under the heading "Leaving Arcade Soon", the list provides a counterpoint to the "Coming Soon" section highlighting upcoming new games. Just like other subscription services, content can come and go depending on licensing requirements and developers' commitment to the platform.
Navigation routing for multiple stops during a single trip is coming to Apple Maps. One of the most demanded features, multi-stop routing is already available in rival apps Waze and Google Maps. With the launch of iOS 16, Apple Maps will receive this capability along with a list of other improvements. With multi-stop routing, users can enter several locations in sequence and get directions to and from each stop as they travel.
Live streaming of every Major League Soccer (MLS) match is coming to the Apple TV app next year. For 10 years starting in 2023, Apple has an agreement with MLS to broadcast every match without any local restrictions or blackouts. MLS matches will not be included in the standard Apple TV+ subscription, but pricing for MLS access has not yet been announced.
Apple showed off the latest version of iOS at its WWDC22 keynote presentation. In fact, iOS 16 beta has just launched for developers. Among the long list of improvements and new features are much-demanded tweaks to the Messages app. Ever since its beginnings, iMessage has offered rich features to iPhone, iPad, and Mac users worldwide.
With only a few days left until kickoff, there's a flood of news surrounding Apple's 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference. The event officially begins with a keynote address at 1pm Eastern (10am Pacific) followed by a Platforms State of the Union. This in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms will be delivered from Apple Park. The week continues with sessions, labs, challenges, and digital lounges all available online.