WWDC 2016: Catch Everything Apple Announced in Under 10 Minutes
Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote focused heavily on software improvements and had no hardware related announcements. The keynote began with a focus on watchOS, before moving on to tvOS, macOS, and finally, iOS. We discussed our favourite features in our podcast which you can check out on iTunes or just hit the play button below.
Apart from announcing massive performance improvements with watchOS 3 at WWDC, Apple also spoke about how the watch will now track fitness for wheelchair users. The company then announced several improvements to tvOS, including features such as Single Sign On, deep Siri integration and an iPhone remote app for Apple TV.
Apple then announced the re-branding of OS X to macOS. Siri was a big focus of this part of the keynote as the company revealed that the virtual assistant is now open to third-party developers. It also showed how Apple Pay will work on websites.
At the WWDC 2016 keynote, Apple announced the top 10 new features of iOS 10. Some of the big new features included a massive overhaul of iMessage. Finally, the company concluded the keynote by talking about making the Swift programming language easy to learn for kids. It unveiled a new, free iPad app called Swift Playgrounds to help kids learn to code. Post the event, some more important new features were announced, including the fact that iOS 10 allows you to hide certain built-in apps and that Apple is working on a new file system called APFS (Apple File System). You can catch the entire WWDC 2016 keynote address in under 10 minutes in the video below.