But while the addition of a Dark Mode and Stacks in macOS are the more flashy features announced earlier today, the one that has developers all giddy is the addition of new features to the app developer framework to support iOS apps on the macOS desktop in the future.
Apple's annual developer conference kicked off this week and during the opening keynote Apple executives took turns walking developers through new features coming to the company's hardware products later this year.
When Apple releases the new iOS 12 update, you'll be able to use the group FaceTime feature with up 32 simultaneous participants.
Apple's next version of macOS, Mojave, adds a "dark mode" that will change the bright silvers and grays across the program's windows into shades of black. According to Apple, tvOS 12 will get a public beta at some point this summer, followed by a public launch in the fall.
As such, the older smartphones, which traditionally would not receive the new update, will remain current for another year.More news: India in clean energy push: Narendra Modi
"Some apps demand more of our attention than we might realise", Mr Federighi said.
It seems that they are primarily focussing on software section at this point as all the major announcements so far are related to this segment.
Apple is adding a "For You" tab to the Photos app that will show memories, as well as produce sharing suggestions.
Screen Time also gives parents the ability to schedule a block of time to limit when their child's iOS device can't be used, such as at bedtime.
There are several other features to look forward to, including the grouping of notifications to eliminate an onslaught of notifications from the same app, and group FaceTimes.
A release date for iOS 12 is unknown at this time.
iOS 12 introduces Grouped Notifications, making it easier to view and manage multiple notifications at once.