This feature will help iPhone and the iPad users cut down on screen time and from time to time do a digital detox. Now, the Messages app is finally totally in sync for both iOS and macOS. More interesting would the rumoured software Apple is said to be working on, such as the phone-to-phone AR experience, improvements to Siri, and a single set of apps for iPhone and Mac.
In a new interview with Wired's Lauren Goode, Apple's software chief Craig Federighi explained why he's against making a touchscreen iMac or MacBook.
Instead, the star of the show that is WWDC 2018 is likely to be the iOS 12. There are rumours that Apple will be doing some form of integration between iOS and macOS apps, but it's not confirmed if we will actually see this announced at WWDC 2018.
But, interestingly, there are reports that Apple will introduce a feature called Digital Health, which lets users monitor their time spent using their iPhones and iPads, as well as offer parental controls. But the platform has not undergone any major changes since tvOS 10.
A second one filed later the same month alleged that Apple was in breach of no fewer than five separate laws. Bloomberg expects Apple to save this year's revisions for much later.
Updated 11:34 a.m. June 4 to include additional information about Siri shortcuts on watchOS 5. There is a rumor rolling in the air that addition of Spotify is likely to be found, along with some fitness-based features. As its name suggests, this is mainly a software event, but we may see some new hardware introduced there. Alongside, the Cupertino tech giant might also make announcements around a new model of the iPhone SE, which will probably be named as the iPhone SE 2. Apple's services division, which generates revenue from subscriptions, commissions and maintenance plans tied to Apple devices, already has become the fastest growing piece of the massive company.
One of the big features coming to macOS is the all-new Dark Mode. It is expected that the device may even work as a hotel key door and even virtual transit card for easier access.
So there you have it - if you were holding out for Apple to enable touch input on the next MacBook and for macOS to support some kind of touchscreen, it's not gonna happen.
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