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Apple’s latest software from WWDC sets the stage for a busy fall 2022 and first half of 2023. Also: A US Apple store votes to unionize for the first time, iOS 16 beta 2 brings needed improvements, and the company hires a designer from a popular air-purifier company. 
Last time in Power On: Apple’s revamped CarPlay is the foreshock to an eventual electric car.