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It's been all eyes on Apple as the company's world wide developer's conference keynote shed some light on substantial updates to Apple software.
IOS 12, the next mobile operating system, lead things off with new logical notifications.
Siri shortcuts that adapt to your day to day.
And search improvements make [UNKNOWN] features.
There's also Memojis, which Animojis much more personal.
iOS 12 will also bring group FaceTime that allows for up to 32 people at once to chat.
Updates to Apple Watch are coming with watchOS 5.
Standouts include walkie-talkie functionality, better Siri implementation, Support for more info on the main watch face.
Apple 4K TV will soon support Dolby Atmos surround sound in addition to more options for would be cord cutters.
The customers of Spectrum, Apple 4K TV will automatically sign into media apps without the need to manually log in.
And finally, macOS is getting a new version called Mojave, which will let users switch their desktops into dark mode to darken the visuals, and then Stacks, which allows for better organization, and much more.
A new Mac App Store will also simplify searching for new apps, and you can expect all these updates Coming this fall.
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