Apple might introduce a new “Mind” app at WWDC 2021. Developer Khaos Tian noticed that Apple had accidentally updated the App Store manifest with new app bundle identifiers, leading him to discover the unannounced app.
Tian tweeted an image showing a number of new bundle identifiers. The “Mind” app references to “com.apple.Mind,” a title currently not offered by Apple. From the title, it seems like a mental health app coming up.
The finding also references “com.apple.NanoTips” and “com.Apple.NanoContacts,” which probably means the apps are made for Apple Watch (nano is Apple’s internal codename for Watch apps).
Apple is set to hold Worldwide Developer Conference 2021 on June 7-11. The company is expected to announce major software updates including iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS 12.
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