Here’s everything Apple just announced

Apple has added three major features to its messaging app, Messages. If the message is an iMessage, not an SMS text, then users will be able to edit messages, recall messages sent by mistake, and snooze texts so users can handle them later

A new shared iCloud library will make it easier to share photos with family and friends.

A CarPlay update, which will allow drivers to control air conditioning, radio and more, will be integrated by several automakers, with the new cars being announced late next year.

Apple just announced its buy now, pay later product, Apple Pay Later, which will allow you to buy things wherever Apple Pay is accepted and then pay for it in four payments over six weeks. Apple says there are no fees.

Apple just announced watchOS 9, its latest software for the Apple Watch. The update will include new long-awaited sleep-tracking features so users can see how long they’re in each sleep stage.

Apple just announced its latest chip, the M2. It’s the successor to Apple’s M1 chip, which is used in Macs and iPads. The M2 will make its debut in the new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro, also announced on Monday.

Apple just announced a new MacBook Air that runs on its new M2 processor. The MacBook Air comes in four colors: space gray, starlight, midnight and silver. It will cost $1,199 and Apple will still sell the earlier MacBook Air with its M1 chip.