Apple has made some interesting announcement on 2017 developers conference which includes latest operating system and new innovative technolgies. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 held on June 5–9 in San Jose, California. The keynote highlights from highly expected Siri speaker to Apple’s new software update iOS 11, here is everything you need to know about WWDC 2017.
What Was Announced
– iOS 11
– macOS High Sierra
– New versions of watchOS and tvOS
– 10.5-inch iPad Pro
– New iMacs, MacBook Pros, and MacBooks
The new upgraded version iOS 11 will have some changes in design, with the company focusing on different fonts and changes in button, animations and visual tweaks. Interfaces like Control Center has some iprovement which can now take up as single page with new look. The Lock Screen and the Notification Center have been merged together.
macOS High Sierra
macOS High Sierra (aka macOS 10.13) is designed to build on features introduced in macOS Sierra and it largely focuses on introducing significant under-the-hood updates.
It receives the Apple File System (APFS), another cutting edge record framework that is improved for strong state stockpiling with local encryption, crash assurance, and different elements, and it utilizes the HEVC (H.265) pressure standard that empowers higher-quality video gushing and littler document sizes.
New versions of watchOS and tvOS
watchOS 4 presents three new watch confronts, Kaleidoscope, Toy Story (Disney), and Siri, a watch face that utilizations Siri to present dynamic proposals that change in light of client inclination and time of day. New confusions incorporate Now Playing and Apple News.
There’s an enhanced Workout application that backings High Intensity Interval Training exercises and auto-sets when swimming. It additionally highlights another GymKit work that enables the watch to interface with and share data with rec center hardware over Bluetooth.
10.5-inch iPad Pro
Mac presented revived iMacs, MacBooks, and MacBook Pro models at its Worldwide Developers Conference, including quicker Kaby Lake processors, speedier SSD alternatives, a Fusion Drive standard in the iMac, more greatest RAM in the iMac, and enhanced GPUs.
Apple also added a new, faster Broadwell processor in the entry-level low-cost MacBook Air model, and gave us a sneak peek at the upcoming iMac Pro.
HomePod is Apple’s up and coming speaker gadget, set to be discharged in December. Valued at $349, HomePod is Apple’s response to the Amazon Echo and the Google Home, however the speaker concentrates intensely on predominant sound quality as a separating variable.
Measuring in at 7 inches tall, the HomePod looks similar to a small Mac Pro. It is available in black or white and is covered with a mesh design.