Apple Inc.’s next version of the iPhone is going to be a more efficient, forward-thinking and engaging smartphone. The Worldwide Developers Conference gave us a heads-up at to what’s coming from Cupertino. The event took place over the course of this week. Among a few other reveals, it showcased the next version of iOS software. Based on what the conference exposed, those looking forward to getting the iPhone 7 can expect a more intelligent and pleasant device.
Apple’s WWDC reveals iOS 10.
Apple’s iOS 10 is designed to make the next generation of i-devices more interactive in the way they work. The showcasings at the WWDC exposed a faster and engaging platform. This time around, the company actually wants users to notice the efficiency of their gadgets. Admittedly, it would be very difficult to ignore an iOS upgrade like the one Apple promised consumers this week.
Your next iPhone will have an enhanced Siri. Users will dip into the wider uses of 3D Touch technology. Its lock screen will be improved. The iPhone 7 may also give you new ways to interact with your Messages. Your Photos and Music won’t be excluded either. We can be certain the handset’s machine learning will be expanded too. This would make the next version of Apple’s flagship smartphone a bit more adaptive to its user.
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A smarter and bigger Siri
Siri will be more accommodating on iOS 10. Now the U.S. tech giant’s virtual helper is open to third-party developers. This means many non-native apps will be accessible via voice assistance. Your predictive messaging will be in line with your personality and what’s going on around you. The QuickType keyboard is now integrated with Siri’s machine learning. This means the feature can predict your response to messages based on what else it knows the user is doing.
3D Touch from Apple
Apple Inc.’s 3D Touch technology will be juiced up too to give you more ways to interact with your notifications. The feature was first instilled in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. It offers you different ways to interact with an app according to how much pressure your finger applies to the screen. On iOS 10, 3D Touch will let users access vibrant notifications in this way. From this the iPhone 7 offers a whole new way to engage with the notifications slide, widgets, as well as the lock screen.
Memories by Apple
Your captured photos will get a more knowing element too. Apple Photos on the next iOS is better able to recognize what the user has captured. The app will be instilled with scene, object and facial recognition. Through the new “Memories” feature, your next i-device can group photos according to trips, topics and other people. Users will be able to view location based photos on a map and link images to other activities. Now iOS doesn’t just store your photos but it remembers them, how and when and where you had those moments. It then let’s you access your “memories” in an organised fashion.
Speaking of maps, Apple Maps also got a little more innovative. It can learn your usual whereabouts and where you plan to be a based on your prime locations and calender schedules. It is also able to interact with popular third party apps like Uber.
Faster and forward-thinking Apple gadgets
IOS 10 has very impressively done away with your device jitters as well. Ever scrolled really fast through an app and noticed how it sometimes stammers as it tries to keep up? That is usually due to your device dropping its framerate per second to allow upcoming data content to load. The new iOS from Apple allows your device to overcome such issues to keep your i-device running at optimum speed.
Apple’s iOS 10 no longer loads data cells of content mere millisecond before they are due on screen. Content is loaded well ahead of time to avoid your iPhone slowing down just so it can load onscreen content. It works on mutli-column featuers as well, loading slides a good while before you get to them. The effect is that regardless of how much your smartphone is running, it can always tend to your current display demands without glitching.
Apple and privacy invasion
Let’s stick with your iPhone 7’s learning capabilities a bit. It’s definitely your smartphone getting to know you a lot more. Not just the user, but the people he or she socializes with too. Some may think the technology leans on invasive, but Apple assures that what your phone learns about you stays only your device.
Apple made a point of saying that iOS 10’s machine learning and artificial intelligence features are only powered by on-device data. These features and what they gather won’t be influenced by, or stored on cloud systems.
“Great features and great privacy,” said Craig Federighi. He is head of software at Apple Inc. Federighi explained that the U.S tech firm sympathizes with the privacy concerns of its users. “You demanded it.” he added.
Apple Inc. will reveal iPhone 7 soon
The new iOS 10 form Apple Inc will go into public testing mode in July. Although, it won’t be complete. The software’s official launch will take place in autumn. The iPhone 7 is also expected to be released near the same time.
IOS 10 will be applicable to every iPhone version from the iPhone 5 and upwards. This includes Apple’s latest mid-range handset — the iPhone SE. The iPod 6s aren’t withheld getting an iOS 10 upgrade either. Every iPad Mini from the second generation to the latest can upgrade for free too. And every iPad from the iPad 4 to the iPad Pro.
Too early to praise iOS 10?
It is clear that Apple Inc. wants to offer users an adaptive and efficient handset. The world’s leading tech company is now offering its consumers a device with forward-think software. Upcoming versions of handsets from Apple will open up new ways to share and organize your experience. Overall, iOS 10 promises that gadgets like the iPhone 7 will be seamlessly usable and responsive.
What are your thoughts on iOS 10? Will it offer iPhone users a better experience or are the learning features slightly deterring? Can you see yourself upgrading to the software and are you excited for the next iPhone? Let us know in the comments below.