The World Wide Developer Conference — WWDC 2016 — keynote has just wrapped almost two hours of non-stop announcements. Here are all the most important ones, and links to what you need to know about them!
Apple announced the tenth version of iOS, and the big focus with this release is on Siri. Developers will be able to integrate their apps with Apple's digital assistant for the first time through the release of an SDK.
The next version of Apple's operating system for desktops and laptops is dropping the 'X', opting instead for the new 'macOS' branding. With macOS, Siri makes its debut on Apple's traditional computers for the first time. The update will pack in a number of other features and improvements, including updates to iCloud Drive.
Later this year, watchOS 3 will bring new enhancements to the Apple Watch experience. The update will allow watch apps to launch even faster, while watch owners will also see a set of new faces, along with apps for Reminders and Find My Friends. There is also a new safety feature with watchOS SOS, and the ability to share your activity with friends.
The next major version of the Apple TV's software will offer single sign-on for cable logins, along with its own dark mode. There will also be a number of Siri enhancements, as well as improvements for watching live TV.
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