Apple introduces power-packed iOS 11, wireless home speaker

Both new iPad Pros will be powered by Apple's latest A10X chip, which features a new six core CPU and a 12-core GPU.

The feature, announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) now taking place in California, comes after a number of lawsuits in North America where drivers distracted by their phones have been involved in life-changing crashes.

It also enhanced its workout app to, for instance, support high intensity interval training. The placeholder also says the app has been designed for iPhone and iPad.

Apple said the features, such as voice recognition of Shanghai dialects and warning consumers for suspicious incoming calls, are going to be built in the new iOS 11, the next generation of iPhone and iPad which will be officially released in fall, Apple said in the WWDC, its biggest developer conference held annually.

There's a new Siri watchface on Apple Watches, thanks to the newest watchOS update. Following on from the original Apple Watch's Mickey Mouse face, watchOS 4 will introduce Buzz, Woody and Jessie from Pixar's Toy Story franchise. Yes.

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Apple Watch will also be able to conduct real-time glucose monitoring via Dexcom.

Software updates are being rolled out across all systems and are expected to land in the summer, with the new macOS High Sierra boasting virtual reality support and improved graphics, as well as improvements to Safari, Mail and split view capabilities. Apple said that makes the Mac a great platform for development virtual-reality experiences. Meanwhile, Siri has a new voice, a new visual interface, the ability to perform task management, and a new translation feature that is still in beta. The company also launched a new configuration of the 13-inch MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar that starts at a cheaper $1,299.

But it's also possible that the HomePod could expose Siri as less capable than Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant and Microsoft's Cortana, Blaber said.

Apple has taken the covers of its an overhauled iPad Pro, with the new version featuring a new screen size and more powerful innards.

The company said its App Store has so far paid out $70 billion to developers, of which 30 percent was made previous year.

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