Today is Apple's WWDC - (Worldwide Developers Conference )2017, and Apple is all set to bring out its lists of software and hardware to the world.
A developer conference held annually in California by Apple Inc, WWDC brings out Apples latest updates on its iOS, macOS, and hardware updates to the public. With this year we can also expect new versions of watchOS and tvOS in WWDC 2017.
As all time, there are rumors about what Apples unveils this time, and the most anticipated are their much-awaited iOS 11. The new iOS is expected to be released today on 5th June 2017 at WWDC and hope to contain software updates that give additional support to its iPhones and iPads and provide hardware updates for smooth functionality of Apple pencil targeting more to iPads. According to a website called Bloomberg, it's rumored that iOS 11 will have design changes along with other updates.
With the iOS 11, another rumor is that Apple is working to make a social media network by developing a video sharing and editing application that will provide secure video sharing capability to users across mobile devices. This new feature will be a reason behind Apples desire to compete with the popularity of social networking websites likes Facebook and Instagram. Another major release we heard is the all new updated iMessage; Apples own messaging application. iMessage may look a new competitor to the instantly growing social networking applications like Facebook Messenger and Wechat.
With the software section apart, Apple may come with Amazon Echo like smart speakers by teaming up Siri and Airplay. The device name is 'fat,' and it will run a variant version of iOS with beat audio technology and will be designed to use as a control hub for smart home appliances.
Apple is expected to bring new Macs this year like a new MacBook Pro and MacBook with upgraded processors and new operating system.
The next in the list is the much-rumored Apple Ipad Pro, a new 10.5-inch device with smaller bezels showcasing new cameras, processors and all new hardware and software improvements over the previous ones.
The last update is a new 'file' placeholder app appears on Apple Store and now live, is a file manager application designed for both iPhone and iPads and requires a latest iOS version like iOS 11. And Apple is also now allowing users to delete pre-installed apps; previously this was not supported in iOS.
Starting today from 5th June to 9th June 2017, WWDC will be a stage to all the what Apple has in store.
WWDC is set on June 5-9 this 2017, and Apple have so much to unveil this year.
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