At WWDC 2016, Apple made lots of announcements. Among all of them, iOS is the biggest release, which comes with incredible features in Messengers and a brand-new design for Maps, Photos as well as Apple Music. At the event, Siri makes its debut on macOS Sierra. And Apple Pay will come to the web. In addition, the latest watchOS allows you to navigate its feature…. For more info, just read on.
iOS 10 will change the way you text your friend. You can send a message in your own handwriting, which is animate and as ink flows on a paper. And it is also available to send a message or photo that remains hidden then simply swipe to reveal. If you say things like "Happy Birthday” or "Congratulations”, then animations will take over the entire screen of your phone. There are also quick responses for you when texting – for example, you can tap the thumb icon to like the message received from your friend.
Siri and macOS Sierra
Coming with new capabilities specially designed for the desktop, Siri makes its debut on Mac which works on macOS Sierra. Siri on Mac can do multitasks. You can ask Siri to do its thing while you do yours. For instance, when you are typing a report, you can ask Siri to find a dinner table without stopping working. In addition, Siri is able to locate files in your Mac. Moreover, Siri is so smart that it can drop and drag the file you need to a right window on your Mac. In a word, you can ask Siri to do anything you want.
With the new watchOS, Apple watch delivers great performance in terms of navigation, watch face, activity sharing, wheelchair use, workout feature, breathe app, and messages. Apps are always ready so they can launch immediately with updated information. And you are allowed to select from new watch faces and share your daily activity. The new Breathe app can help you stay healthy. Messages will be animated because of sticker, sketches, emoji and more.
With the tvOS update, you can search for specific topic by asking Siri. Access to entertainment apps like HBO GO and FXNOW are simplified. You can control the house lights and adjust your thermostat right from your TV.