The American multinational technology company, Apple Inc. has announced a range of latest developments that would upgrade iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV at their annual conference for developers, Worldwide Developers Conference, WWDC 2018.
The conference which started on June 4, with a two-hour presentation session from Apple top executives at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California, to showcase the latest developments from the company
The main developments were upgrades to the operating systems iOS, macOS, watchOS, Siri, and lots of them.
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The Apple Watch is getting lots of new fitness-related features with the next version of watchOS. The watch now has automatic workout detection, which makes it easier to track and share your activity. You can as well challenge a friend to a seven-day competition in which you earn points based on the percentage of your Activity rings that you close.
Mac’s new operating system, macOS Mojave, brings new features inspired by its most powerful users but designed for everyone. The most long-awaited feature to be added is Dark Mode, a system-wide feature that takes the strain off your eyes and lets you focus completely on your work.
The next version of iOS is focuses on performance and stability. Everything will be faster and more responsive. Things like launching Camera and typing with the keyboard, happen faster than ever and there will be an apparent difference in speed when you’re doing multiple things at once.
Apple TV 4K
4K HDR sets a new standard in quality. It gives you a quality picture using four times more pixels than standard HD and High Dynamic Range (HDR) delivers brighter, more realistic colours with greater detail.
In a nutshell, the latest announcements from the conference were: iOS 12, macOS Mojave, watchOS 5, Apple TV 4K.