Ahead of the launch of the new operating system, Apple has announced that developers can submit Live Activities-enabled apps to the App Store. The app can be built using the release candidate and submitted for review.
Live Activities are supported in third party apps. The Lock Screen can be used to stay up to date on real-time events, such as a sports game or a food delivery order.
There are live activities at the bottom of the Lock Screen on the iPhone 13 models and earlier. Live Activities can be found on the Dynamic Island when the device is unlocked or on the Lock Screen when the device is locked.
The MLB for users in the U.S., Canada, Australia, U.K., Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and South Korea are just some of the sports that will be supported by Live Activities. A reader named Alec Cohen told us that the feature was disabled in the release candidate of the mobile operating system.
In Dynamic Island, there is a premier league match.
On October 24th, iPadOS and macOS Ventura will be released. The update will include iCloud Shared Photo Library, the ability to share keys in the Wallet app via apps like Messages and WhatsApp, an Apple Card savings account option, and support for Matter accessories in the Home app.
App Store submissions for watchOS 9.1 and tvOS 16.1 were opened by Apple.