macOS 15 Sequoia announced at Apple’s WWDC 2024 event

macOS 15 Sequoia announced at Apple’s WWDC 2024 event

Apple has officially announced macOS 15 Sequoia at this year’s WWDC 2024 event (you can follow all the announcements as they happen at our WWDC 2024 live blog), giving us an early view of the upcoming operating system for Macs and MacBooks.

Following on from macOS Sonoma, which was revealed at last year’s WWDC, macOS 15 comes with a range of new features, many of which make use of Apple’s artificial intelligence (AI) tools, which were also announced at WWDC 2024.

What we know so far

These are the new features of macOS 15:

  • Your iPhone screen can now be mirrored in macOS 15
  • iPhone notifications are coming to Macs
  • Improved windows layouts – drag a window to a side of your screen and macOS 15 will give you options for arranging windows
  • You can replace backgrounds when using FaceTime

This story is breaking. We’ll continue to update this article – and check out our WWDC 2024 live blog for all the breaking news

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