Next week, Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. During that stretch of time, the company will be debuting new features and more, which will include updates to its augmented reality platform, ARKit.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
With WWDC just a few days away. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has shared his expectations from the event. In his roundup for the event, he has revealed some key details about iOS 12, Apple Watch, ARKit, and more.
Apple has sent out invites for the WWDC 2018 keynote on June 4 this week where the Cupertino based company is widely expected to preview iOS 12, the twelfth major update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Right now, access to the near-field communication (NFC) functionality in the iPhone lineup is pretty restrictive, but it sounds like Apple wants to open up a bit.
Apple has worked things down to a routine, so fans expect certain things every year. New iPhones, worthwhile updates to operating systems, and a live stream of its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.
Apple had previously announced when its annual Worldwide Developers Conference would take place next month, but now it has started sending invites to the major keynote speech.
Google Assistant is now two years old we just saw how advanced its AI and natural speech abilities are. That robot call demo from Google I/O is interesting in many ways (from an ethics point of view as well as technology). It also goes to show just how advanced Google Assistant is when compared to Siri and Alexa.
In iOS 11, one of our longest wishes came true with the new customizable Control Center. You could finally reorder, remove and add extra features to the Control Center. Granted, it was limited to the features Apple put in. Still, it was a good start. And we think iOS 12 is the perfect time to add third-party support for Control Center.
Late last year, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported that Apple is working on a cross-platform UI project codenamed ”Marzipan” that will allow developers to combine their iOS and macOS apps into one. They could essentially create one app that can run across all of Apple’s entire Mac and iOS lineup. This feature was supposed to be unveiled with iOS 12, but it looks like that might not be the case anymore.