Rumors Swirl Ahead of Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

Alain Brian
Juin 6, 2017

At its annual conference for developers on Monday, Apple unveiled new augmented reality (AR) software that can display virtual objects onto the real world. It offers plenty of new features.

Meanwhile, Apple has also updated the Mail function in High Sierra, delivering a split view feature that will make the software more flexible. With Files, you can easily browse, search and organise all your files in one place.

Metal for VR coming in High Sierra. Apple traditionally releases macOS after iOS, which leads to October in most cases. Apple has assured of better synced photos across devices with this new macOS High Sierra update. Apple promises a public macOS High Sierra beta in late June.

The second item on the list will be macOS 10.13; click the download link. Furthermore, High Sierra is set to be available as a free update this fall, for everyone who has Sierra on their devices. Not just these questions, Siri can answer questions related to unit conversion, news, traffic, sports, weather, reminders, timers, and more.

Once that's done, you should land on the page in the Mac App Store for High Sierra.

VR support is also a first for macOS and Macs, and it's introduced via a Thunderbolt 3 GPU, which is underpinned by an AMD Radeon RX 850, which can be hooked up to the Mac. Apple, at the WWDC 2017 announced Steam VR SDK as well as Unity and Unreal Engines for the Mac.

The control centre has completely been revamped with a totally new look its the interface which you use to access frequent settings.

Safari - Faster and more secure. Safari has intelligent tracking prevention, which uses machine learning to keep the trackers away and protecting privacy.

Apple also nodded to several upcoming technology trends, unveiling new device features touching on virtual reality and a form of artificial intelligence called machine learning. This one in particular comes with better editing tools and a new always-on sidebar, while fun effects can be added into Live Photos. It includes a new file system, as well as big updates to numerous most popular Mac OS apps. Apple says you'll see a 30 percent performance boost over the previous 9.7-inch iPad Pro and a 40 percent improvement in graphics performance.

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