Apple s annual developer conference kicks off tonight at 10:30PM IST. As is the tradition, tonight we will get our first glimpses at Apple s new iOS 11, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. Besides these, Apple is also expected to introduce improvements to iMessage and Siri. What should really catch our attention however is a new hardware product tonight. If all the reports are to be believed, Apple could be taking the wraps off the much-rumored Siri Speaker tonight. This smart speaker will be competing against the likes of Google Home and Amazon Alexa.
At the ongoing WWDC 2017 developer conference in San Jose, Apple announced watchOS update 4 for Apple Watch, macOS High Sierra update for Macs and also announced new apps coming to Apple TV, including Amazon Prime Video. Apple also announced new iMacs with better displays, Virtual Reality (VR) support and USB Type-C Port.
At the WWDC 2017 developer conference, Apple made a number of important announcements including new macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 and iOS 11 update. Apple also announced the all new iPad Pro at the event. One of the key highlights of the new iPad Pro is that it features a 10.5-inch Retina display with support for HDR video. It weighs just one pound and features 40 percent smaller bezels. Apple also announced the lager 12.9-inch iPad Pro new same Retina display and HDR video.
While a major chunk of the WWDC 2017 has been a mixed bag, Apple's AR Kit finally brought forth some cheer from the crowd. In line with the company's well-detailed interest in the augmented reality technology, the AR Kit is poised to be the next big-thing for developers looking at building AR-related products.
Apple has kicked off its annual WWDC 2017 developer conference at San Jose McEnergy Convention Center. Apple announced Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV, later this year, macOS High Sierra for Macs and announced watchOS 4 update for Apple Watch. As expected, the company has also taken the wraps off its upcoming mobile operating system, iOS 11, by announcing new features that are coming to iPhones and iPads as a part of the update. The new operating system brings bug fixes, performance improvements and a host of new features.
Apple's music streaming service, Apple Music, has reached the 27 million paid subscribers, the company announced at the ongoing WWDC 2017. At the annual developers conference, Apple announced improvements to its music streaming service.
The Apple WWDC 2017 kick started with CEO Tim Cook's keynote where he detailed the company's progress in app development and the event began with the first major announcement of the day related to the watchOS 4. The all-new watchOS 4 gets three new watch faces, enhanced apps, and improved UI for a more intuitive experience.
Apple is all set to kickstart its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 tonight. Apple CEO Tim Cook will give his keynote address at 10:00 AM PDT in San Jose, California. The annual developer conference will be host to major announcements for Apple's hardware and software. Apple will be livestreaming the event and viewers in India can join in at 10:30 PM IST by clicking on this link. Apple however has a few requirements for livestreaming its WWDC 2017 event.
Apple s annual developer conference is just hours from kicking off. And among the many announcements that are expected to be made at the event, the unveiling of the iOS 11 is one of the most anticipated one. (So says our Twitter poll!) While there are a lot of changes everybody expects to come to the iPhone, Apple fans are hoping iOS 11 would bring some iPad-specific updates as well. And if the latest reports are to be believed, Apple is doing just that.
WWDC 2017 is barely a few hours away and right before the official launch, an all new iOS app has appeared on the Apple App Store. The new app is simply called 'Files' and unfortunately, there are no details regarding this new app. The iPhone and iPad compliant app was initially spotted by Steven Troughton-Smith.
Apple s annual developer conference, WWDC 2017, kicks off tonight. Unlike previous years, this time the developer conference is not just about the software, but hardware as well. After all, both elements need to work in tandem and Apple has quite a good record of producing devices that have the right balance of software and hardware. There s a lot of chatter around Apple showcasing Siri-based smart home speaker tonight. If rumors are to believed, the smart speaker is unlikely to be disruptive, but perhaps better than the current speakers that Amazon and Google offer. Personally, I am not very keen on Apple s another effort of getting into a "me too" game, like it did with the phablet and wearable spaces. I am more interested in the software bit -- Siri s coming of age.
At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017 tonight, the Cupertino giant is set to make a bunch of announcements. These include the much-talked about Siri speaker, and the new iterations of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. Now, while experts and leaksters have been revealing quite a bit about what could we expect from the new iOS, Twitter has a bunch of things to contribute too. Users who have been testing iOS 11 beta, have shared what their experiences have been like. Many have used the social media platform to share their wishlist, and many have just taken the iOS vs Android battle forward.
We are just a few hours away from WWDC 2017 where CEO Tim Cook is expected to announce upgrades to Apple's software and apps, and also a much-rumored hardware product. Prior to the mega conference, a Reddit thread by alleged Foxconn insiders has surfaced online revealing a trove of information about a range of Apple products including the iPhone 8, Siri speaker, and more.
For some years now, Apple has been pushing developers towards 64-bit applications. In 2014, Apple started to ask all the iOS developers to include 64-bit support, soon after, it began to tell users that 32-bit apps might run poorly on the newer iPhones. Lately, Apple has been warning that 32-bit apps wouldn't work in "future versions of iOS." And now, Apple seems to be finally pulling the plug on the 32-bit apps.
At WWDC 2017 tonight, Apple is widely believed to unveil its Amazon Echo and Google Home competitor -- the Siri speaker. As the name suggests, like Alexa powers the Echo speakers, and Google Assistant powers Google's Home speakers, Siri would assist these speakers. However, if the reports are to be trusted, Apple is indeed working on a competitor to these speakers, but as it always has, the company will pave its own path with Siri speaker.
Apple s annual WWDC 2017 conference will kick off tomorrow with a keynote address by CEO Tim Cook, and as always, expectations are sky high. The company is expected to unveil updates for its operating systems, and rumor mills suggest there could be a brand new product in the offing as well. WWDC 2017 keynote kicks off tomorrow at 10:30PM IST, and with just over a day to go, here's a roundup of everything that is expected from Apple's developer's conference.
Apple is scheduled to host its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next week, and there is a lot we expect from the event this year. Apart from improvements and new features on iOS, macOS and watchOS, and a refreshed iPad lineup, there is one more thing we have on our wishlist. We wish Apple re-dubs Siri s voice for the Indian audience.
Ahead of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017, Apple has announced that its global developer community has earned over $70 billion since the App Store launched in 2008. And in the last twelve months alone, Apple says that downloads have grown over 70 percent.
Apple's bet on voice-assistant based speakers seems to be materializing now, as the Siri speaker reportedly goes into production. Made by the Cupertino giant, the Siri speaker is also expected to be showcased at the WorldWide Developer Conference 2017 (WWDC) scheduled to kick off on June 5. Although it is a developer conference centered more on software advancements, rumors have it that Apple might just break the trend this year and showcase the Siri speaker at the WWDC.
Apple s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is right around the corner and there's no single day when we don't come across a report or two about all the hardware and software-related announcements that the company is expected to make. The WWDC 2017 kick starts on June 5 and concludes on June 9. CEO Tim Cook is expected to open the keynote at 10.30PM (IST). Now, just days ahead of the event, the company appears to have registered at least five new Mac models running macOS Sierra.