This week on AI: iOS 10, macOS Sierra & watchOS 3 lead WWDC reveals

in General Discussion edited June 2016
Apple's WWDC keynote provided plenty of news fodder this week, including the announcements of macOS Sierra, iOS 10, and watchOS 3 -- plus many other technologies coming soon to Apple devices.

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Everything you need to know:

  • The next version of OS X is being rebranded as macOS Sierra > >
  • iOS 10 will add features like lockscreen and homescreen widgets > >
  • watchOS 3 should solve the Apple Watch's speed issues > >
  • Siri is opening up to third-party apps > >
  • Apple Music is getting a big redesign > >
  • Apple Pay is coming to France, Switzerland, and Hong Kong > >
  • Apple may be planning "aggressive" Apple Watch 2 production for a 2016 launch > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Apple rebrands OS X as macOS, announces Sierra with Siri, plus focus on Continuity & iCloud

Apple's iOS 10 revamps lock & home screen with widgets, adds face & scene recognition to Photos

Apple's watchOS 3 for Apple Watch focuses on speed, instant information

Apple opens Siri up to developers with third-party SDK

iOS 10 Messages gain rich links, 3X bigger emojis, bubble effects & third-party app integration

Apple Maps opens up to developers with extensions, Apple Music gets redesign in iOS 10

Apple TV, iOS will simplify cable provider authentication with single sign-on

Apple debuts 'Home' app for HomeKit device control

'Apple File System' will scale from Apple Watch to Macs, replace HFS+

Apple Pay confirmed for France, Hong Kong & Switzerland in coming months

Apple's Messages target of new Uniloc patent suit

Rumor: 'Aggressive' plans for second-gen Apple Watch could ship 2M per month

Chinese bureau finds Apple copying smartphone patents with iPhone 6 design


  • Reply 1 of 1
    It's so odd that Apple is making a clear attempt for naming conventions with changing Mac OS X to macOS, so why not judge just a but further and stop with the geography lessons and just add a number to it like we have for iOS 10 and watchOS 3… ?
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