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WWDC 2023 : Apple May Announce The Release Of Top-class Apps

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Image credit : Apple Similar to Microsoft's Build, Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is primarily an opportunity for Cupertino to give developers a sneak preview of what's to come for its next-generation operating systems. Expect no new Apple Watches or iPhones; those typically launch in September or October. But with early views at iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, as well as the newest watchOS, tvOS, and macOS, we'll get a better understanding of the software changes they'll include. However, the long-rumored AR glasses may eventually make an appearance. It is unknown whether they will be ready for primetime by 2023, but it appears that Apple may now be able to compete with Meta, Sony, and other players in that market. On Monday, June 5, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, Apple will have its main WWDC keynote, which will be live-streamed on Apple.com. This is what we anticipate to see.

iOS 17 and iPadOS 17

[caption id="attachment_154265" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]iOS 17 Image credit : Global Village Space[/caption] Seeing iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 for the first time is the big no-brainer for WWDC. Last week, as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Apple gave a sneak peek at a few innovations that would be coming to both OSes, including a voice-cloning technology that would allow people with vocal disorders to communicate in their own terms. On an iPhone or iPad, users can record 15 minutes of audio using Personal Voice. Then, users can input their message, and Apple's hardware will read it out in a synthesized voice. Also read : When to Anticipate Apple’s iOS 17 Announcement at WWDC 2023 The fact that Apple claims it is only available on the device means your voice shouldn't theoretically be accessible anyplace else, which may frighten security-conscious iPhone owners (and please scammers). Another accessibility feature on tap: Live Speech, which will let people “type what they want to say to have it be spoken out loud during phone and FaceTime calls as well as in-person conversations.” Other features rumored to be coming to iOS 17 and iPadOS 17: [caption id="attachment_95500" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]Tim Cook Tim Cook at WWDC 2022 (Image: Bloomberg)[/caption]
  • Journaling app: The Wall Street Journal claims that the app can analyze iPhone usage data to propose topics for journals. But it's more about promoting mental health than a literary career. It will evaluate user behavior, ostensibly to assist users in tracking their daily activities.
  • Revamped Control Center: Control Centre will receive a significant upgrade this year, a MacRumors reader has reported. Aside from moving from the bottom of the screen to the top right with the iPhone X, the Control Centre has remained mostly same over time, according to MacRumors, despite the lack of specifics.
  • Mark Gurman of Bloomberg suggests software that will allow sideloading for the iPhone, but it's not Apple's concept. In order to expand markets, EU legislation passed last year specifies standards for "digital gatekeepers" and mandates their compliance by March 2024.
  • A list of several minor upgrades Apple wants to release is also available on MacRumors.
Apple is probably going to release iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 to developers the next week, followed by a public beta and a final version in the autumn in time for the new iPhones. (Same process applies to watchOS and tvOS.)

By Awanish Kumar

I keep abreast of the latest technological developments to bring you unfiltered information about gadgets.


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