Apple's WWDC 2016: macOS Sierra, iOS 10, tvOS, watchOS3

macOS Sierra unveiled at Apple WWDC 2016

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 At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that started today June 13, 2016,   in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, a number of new software enhancements and versions have been unveiled.  Beginning today, developers will get access to the beta versions of the new operating systems  software, including iOS 10, macOS Sierra, tvOS, and watchOS 3. Public testers will get access to iOS 10 and macOS Sierra beginning July 2016. Below are some of the new things unveiled at the WWDC:


  • tvOS features including 'single sign-on';
  • enhanced Siri 
  • watchOS 3 with dock, control center, new faces and apps,  'SOS' emergency call feature 'Breathe' Mindfulness app
  • macOS Sierra, replacing the os x,  with new continuity features, app window tabs, apple watch login, siri, and more 
  • iOS 10 with overhauled messages app, rich notifications, and colorful designs and simpler interface, music enhancements, quicktype keyboards 
  • tvOS and apple TV  with new remote app
  • Apple Pay with  web with Touch ID payment confirmations via iphone  
  • 'Swift Playgrounds' educational coding app for ipad 

 and many more.


 More things to be unveiled in tomorrow Apple's WWDC 2016: macOS 10.12 Sierra, iOS 10, tvOS, watchOS3

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