Of the many announcements Apple made during its WWDC keynote, some won't be there when iOS 16 launches in the fall. There are even a few that won't launch until later.

Matter smart home connectivity- Matter is a smart home network protocol that lets products from different companies work together. It will work alongside Apple's HomeKit protocol.

Freeform Freeform, announced with iPadOS 16, allows teams collaborate. It's a communal whiteboard with Apple Pencil compatibility where people can draw, write notes, and start FaceTime.

Live Activities The iPhone's Lock Screen got major improvements this year. Owners will be able to customize font styles for the clock, display widgets, and show live activities from apps.

The new CarPlay dashboard The next generation of CarPlay is set to shake up the auto industry. Arriving in 2023, CarPlay will act like an operating system for vehicles.

SharePlay in Game Center Game Center is getting a facelift in the next versions of Apple operating systems. The dashboard shows an aggregation of all game achievements and gaming activity.

Debuted with iOS 15 and macOS Monterey, SharePlay lets people start a FaceTime call while using other apps such as Apple TV.

Web Push notifications Web Push notifications weren't a major announcement, but the technology that will arrive in 2023 will improve the web app experience on Apple devices.