Apple's WWDC 2018 big announcements

  • Apple said it is rolling out ARKit 2.0, the next generation of its development software for augmented reality experiences on the iPhone.
  • The new version showed improved face tracking, more realistic rendering, 3D object detection, persistent experiences and shared experiences
  • Apple is giving users a way to create a customized avatar for themselves that will behave exactly like an Animoji
  • Apple is adding group FaceTime video calls to iOS 12, where you can chat with up to 32 people.
  • Features like new workout types like yoga and hiking, challenges for friends, and automatic workout detection will be included in the next generation for watch
  • Apple is adding some options in iOS to track usage of certain apps, as well as add time limits to flag users when they’re approaching the self-imposed border
  • Apple is giving its users the ability to create custom commands with Siri
  • You can talk into your watch like a walkie talkie.
  • Updates for the service that include a “dark mode” that dims most of the elements on the screen in its macOS Mojave
  • The company is making it easier to sign on and also introducing Dolby Atmos audio, two quality-of-life improvements for Apple TV owners.

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