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8 announcements made in apple’s wwdc 2017

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If you’ve missed what all new hardware, software & technology updations are announced in Apple’s WWDC 2017, get the brief information via this presentation.

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8 announcements made in apple’s wwdc 2017

  1. 1. Announcements ● HomePod Speaker ● iMac Pro ● iOS 11 ● iOS for iPad ● ARKit ● 10.5 inch iPad Pro ● Sierra ● WatchOS 4
  2. 2. HomePod Speaker HomePod uses spacial awareness to tune and better fill the room with sound based on the space it’s in. You can even ask more complex, music-related questions like “Who’s the drummer in this song?” or “What album came out on this day 20 years ago?”
  3. 3. It also has a “Musicologist” feature that works with Apple Music to stream the music you ask the speaker’s built-in Siri to play.
  4. 4. Just think of it and HomePod will do it for you Music Translation News Stocks Unit conversion General knowledge Messages Weather Reminders Traffic & Nearby Podcasts Sports Alarms & Timers Home
  5. 5. Updated iMac desktops with improved USB-C, Retina displays, Graphics boosts, Kaby Lake processors, Support graphics for VR content creation. iMac Pro
  6. 6. New iMac Pro as well, with a 5K display with improved cooling capacity, 8-core Xeon processor (upgradeable up to 18-core,) up to 4TB of SSD, up to 128GB of ECC memory, four Thunderbolt 3 ports and built-in 10GB Ethernet.
  7. 7. Ios 11 Updated Siri, that has improved speech, the ability to help translate sentences into different languages, and on-device learnings that suggest actions based on what you do on your iPhone or iPad.
  8. 8. iMessages now live in the iCloud, with synchronized conversations that you can delete from any device you own that are under the same account.
  9. 9. You can also pay and receive payments from contacts through iMessage — so no more Venmo or Square Cash if you don’t want to download extra apps.
  10. 10. Improved photo capture, with better low-light performance, and the ability to edit Live Photos. New control center as well, which relies a lot on 3D Touch and condenses most controls on the lower half of the screen without looking cluttered.
  11. 11. New safety feature that recognizes when a user is driving and automatically turns on Do Not Disturb to prevent distractions. You can now head to Apple Music to see what your friends are listening to and check out shared playlists.
  12. 12. App Store has been redesigned for better discovery. “How To” section for tips on how to use various popular apps. “App of the Day” section to promote users to open the App Store more frequently.
  13. 13. iOS for iPad iOS 11 improves multitasking that lets users pull up an app from the dock and drag it onto the screen to split the screen. Handwritten text from an Apple Pencil will also be searchable from the Notes app. Apple claims it uses “deep learning” to recognize penmanship.
  14. 14. ARKit New ARKit to let developers build augmented reality apps for the iPhone. The kit can help find planes, track motion, and estimate scale and ambient lighting. Rather than requiring external hardware like Microsoft’s HoloLens, Apple seems to be betting on ARKit to provide impressive quality imaging through a device most people already own. Apple will be providing code to developers for the ARKit at WWDC. The software will accompany Apple's iOS 11 beta releases.
  15. 15. 10.5 inch iPad Pro The 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be available starting with a 7MP selfie cam, 12-megapixel camera. 64GB configuration. It supports USB 3.0 and has 10 hours of battery life.
  16. 16. New feature called ProMotion which reduces the Apple Pencil’s latency to 20 milliseconds. It can automatically adjust the refresh rate based on what you’re watching, also doubles the refresh rate to up to 120Hz.
  17. 17. High Sierra The upcoming version of macOS will be called High Sierra, It comes with updates to Safari that help block site trackers and autoplaying videos. Updated file management system, which speeds up directory cloning with native encryption.
  18. 18. Updated with new photo-editing tools like curves, and better filtering tools to sort images by keywords or faces. On the graphics end, there’s a second version of Metal, support for VR, and a Metal 2 developer kit that you can order with an AMD GPU to tune apps for external graphics.
  19. 19. WatchOS4 introduces new faces that display different types of informations, such as Siri reminders visual ones that feature Toy Story characters a la Mickey Mouse. Fitness-focused update, which includes monthly challenges to encourage the wearer to get more active WatchOS 4
  20. 20. NFC enabled data sharing- just tap your Apple Watch on gym equipment to pair the two, get the most accurate calorie burn and activity information. New Music app to make finding and playing music via the Apple Watch more visual
  21. 21. HTC Vive HTC has confirmed that its virtual reality headset, the HTC Vive, will soon be compatible with Mac. Apple is adding Steam VR support to High Sierra that means it will be possible to use a Mac to control VR experiences
  22. 22. Amazon Video Apple has confirmed that itself and Amazon have finally settled some differences, as Amazon's Video app will make its way to Apple TV later this year.
  23. 23. SEE YOU NEXT YEAR

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