Apple's New Products And Changes Unveiled at WWDC

Claudine Rigal
Juin 11, 2017

- Apple previewed the new iOS 11 mobile operating system at the company's annual conference June 5-9 in San Jose, Calif. This feature many important improvements, such as messages syncing across all devices via the iCloud and Apply Pay allowing cash to be sent via iMessage, which will of course be encrypted.

There's also changes coming for Siri who gets automatic translation native to the voice interface.

Mind you, this isn't the only lossless file format to operate using Apple's services.

In AI, Apple for the first time showed how user behaviour in one app can influence what information is presented in a different app. Federighi demonstrated how a search in the Safari web browser for trips to Iceland would prompt the Apple News app to show news stories about the island.

This new tool provides you with recommendations to manage storage on iOS 11, based on how you use your device.

iOS 11 also features upgraded versions of HomeKit and AirPlay 2 to include speakers while photos will now give better low-light performance and improved quality generally. You can also send it to someone or withdraw it to your bank account. The lock screen now offers a unified view of notifications. Maps will also be acquiring internal navigation for large buildings and the App Store will be redesigned with better visuals.

The wireless headphones from Apple is also the parent of new features.

The update is set to bring a ton of new features to the table, including but not limited to a new Files app that puts all the user's things neatly in one place, the Multi-Touch Drag and Drop that lets users move content from one app to another and anywhere on the screen, and a new document scanner in the Notes app.

The iPhone maker is also trying to make Apple Music more social.

Of the new features, the Do Not Disturb while driving features has been designed "to help users stay more focused on the road". The entire line is moving to the Kaby Lake architecture, with higher memory capacities of 32 GB and 64 GB.

The company also equipped the new tablet with the same cameras as the iPhone 7 so it would become "the ideal device to shoot, edit, and share pro-quality photos and videos".

The iMac Pro will start at $5000 and begin shipping in December. There will be a Japanese keyboard available too. What's more, yes, as common for another iPad discharge, the new 10.5-inch Pro model flaunts the most advanced and vibrant display that we have ever got to see on any Apple-made machine.

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