Nu de storm van iOS13 en de nieuwe iPad is gaan liggen… deel ik graag 5 nieuwtjes met je die je vast nog niet hebt gelezen.
One of the defining moments of Apple’s WWDC keynote earlier this week was when Craig Federighi, Apple’s software chief, declared that the iPad would now have its own operating system.
“The time has come to recognize the platform in a special way”.
During the WWDC 2019 Keynote, Apple announced watchOS 6 for Apple Watch. While watchOS 6 didn’t get as much stage time as other new software releases, it still looks like a great release. One of the features that is most interesting to me is the API for streaming audio.
“Customers who love Spotify can only be so loyal.”
Apple continued its strong focus on privacy with the announcement of iOS 13 this week. The update includes several new privacy features, including a more detailed view of how apps have been using your location in the background.
“iOS 13 also cracks down on developers using Bluetooth and WiFi network details to estimate a user’s location. iOS 13 is ‘shutting the door on that abuse.’ “
Apple’s press event on Monday was filled with announcements, most of them on the software side of things, as the iPhone maker showed us some of the main features of its upcoming operating systems updates.
“Apple also quietly unveiled a CryptoKit framework that will allow developers to build cryptographic operations right into their apps.”
In 2015, there was a new Avengers and Star Wars movie and Apple released an updated iPod Touch. Four years later, there’s a new Avengers and Star Wars movie and Apple released an updated iPod Touch.
“I can’t guarantee that substituting an iPod Touch for your iPhone will make you less obsessed with being on your phone.”