Apple Announces Major Updates at WWDC

Author: Zenna Wilberg
06.08 / Tech

At the most recent World Wide Developers Conference in San Jose, Apple announced that some major changes are coming to a variety of their products and software. Some of the most prevalent include the most powerful Mac yet, a Siri speaker, and a multitude of software upgrades for the Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad.

The HomePod is Apple's new smart speaker, which has a direct line to Siri, and customizes sound based on the room you're in. The new iMac Pro is seriously powerful, with more memory and storage than ever before. The OG iMac and MacBook Pro will also be getting updated, and macOS High Sierra will improve performance across computers. Most notably, High Sierra comes with an 80 percent increase in speed for Safari. Meanwhile, all iOS devices will get an upgrade in multiple features with iOS 11.

Other noteworthy aspects at the WWDC Keynote include the updated Apple Watch powered by Siri, which has personalized recommendations just for you, while the iPad is being redesigned in a bigger 10.5" format.

Let us know which changes you're most excited for!

Source: Wired

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