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WWDC 2018

An overview of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. 

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Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, surrounds himself with apps.

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Craig Federighi, Apple's senior VP of Software Engineering, breaks the iOS 12 update down for everyone at the WWDC. 

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Here's what's coming for iOS.

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iOS 11 vs. Android adoption. 

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Apple introduced four new Animoji characters: the ghost, kuala, tiger, and T-Rex, all now with Tongue Detection.

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Alongside these updates comes a more personalized Animoji: welcome to the era of Memoji.

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The Memoji is easy to personalize -- down to details like glasses and freckles. 

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Siri is now more personalized to your schedule. It can recognize upcoming or recurring events in your calendar and give suggestions to help.

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Siri can also be programmed to your choice of voice programming (aka shortcut commands) and to hundreds of default commands already provided. 

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Do not disturb mode is also revamped. Now you can turn off pesky notifications for a specific period of time (like when going to bed). 

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Your notifications will come back the moment you decide to turn off "do not disturb".

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Apple's going to help you fight your phone addiction with Screentime. This new app monitors how much time you spend on your phone everyday, and provides a report every week. 

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It allows you to set time limits for specific apps that you want to use less. 

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And sends you notifications when you've gone over your set time limit. 

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Screentime is also a useful tool for parents who want to monitor their child's iPhone use. "Downtime" is a feature in the app that blocks the phone from being used for a specific time period. 

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Apple introduced updates to augmented reality with ARKit 2.0. 

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A major emphasis of ARKit 2.0 is having multiple users in the same AR experience in real time. There can be up to four players interacting in the same AR at once. 

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ARKit 2.0 also works with your new lego set. Multiple users can interact with their Legos in the same AR environment: editing landscapes, adding buildings, and playing with AR characters on their devices. 

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There are even lego characters within the AR environment to interact with. 

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The measure app enables iOS users to measure objects with the iPhone's 3D camera. 

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By placing the object within the camera view and tapping on edges, the measuring app provides the real-life dimensions of the object. 

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Group facetime is finally a thing! Multiple people can join a facetime call at once. Whenever one person talks, their icon enlarges on the screen. 

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If you're not having a good day, you can choose an Animoji character or your personalized Memoji instead of your face for a facetime call. 

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There's a new tab on photos called "For you" which recommends photos to share with your friends. There's also a search engine that allows you to look through your photos for specific landscapes, objects, or people. 

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Once a friend with an iOS device shares photos with you, iOS 12 will search through your photos and suggest pictures to share back.

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The stocks app is updated -- now mixing with Apple news. It includes today's top stories and business news alongside daily stock changes.

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Apple news has a new browse tab and sidebar that make it easier to find new channels or different topics, or to jump to your favorites. 

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iBooks is now Books, super creative, we know. The new book store app also has a "reading now" front page so you can easily pick up where you left off. 

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CarPlay now supports third-party traffic apps like Waze and Google Maps. 

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Long-awaited updates to the Apple watch were also announced.

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The annual update to Apple Watch's operating system brings us to WatchOS 5, with features to stay "active and connected."

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Activity tracker helps you celebrate your goals, coaching, seven-day competitions and more.

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Runner cadence and more types of tracking for various activities, including automatic workout detection.

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Sports scores, heart rate, maps and more on the watch face.

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The Apple Podcast app comes to Apple Watch.

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Walkie-Talkie brings voice real-time messaging.

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The watch face also includes Siri Shortcuts and third-party apps. No more "Hey Siri." Just talk.

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There are interactive notifications and WebKit integration to view web content.

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Dolby Atmos has finally been added to Apple TV 4K, bringing the latest sound technology to to the best high-end streaming TV box

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Atmos content for iTunes is expanded and there are free updates to supported titles you already own.

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In addition, Charter Spectrum customers will now be able to get channels through Apple TV.

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MacOS got a few updates with a new operating system: Mojave.

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MacOS Mojave is the new operating system for MacBooks and iMacs. The previous operating system, MacOS High Sierra, laid the groundwork for this updated version.

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A new "desktop stacks" feature clears up your icon-cluttered desktop.

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Quicklook integrates document markup, video trimming and more.

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Finder finally gets a gallery view that's more photo-friendly with support for related Automator actions. This is shown with various document types (PDF, JPEG) in the following photos.

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Create ML is training wheels for developers to implement training machine learning and CoreML 2 is faster.

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The Mac App Store interface gets some love with higher-profile ratings and reviews.

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Continuity Camera lets you shoot photos, pictures of documents and video directly into current document ...

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... as Craig Federighi demonstrates, here.

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Apple News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home come to the Mac.

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Safari will block more tracking objects on web pages, reduce unique identifiers that can be used for fingerprinting ...

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... this is on iOS 12, as well.

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An overview of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. 

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