Everything You Need to Know: Apple's 2018 World Wide Developer Conference-Watch!

Apple held its annual conference for developers, a.k.a. World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), with a keynote address from CEO Tim Cook. He and Apple's executive team made announcements about enhanced AR features, updated Apple apps Group FaceTime with up to 32 participants and memojis Watch now!
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Apple, Inc. (AAPL) - Get Report held its annual conference for developers known, a.k.a. World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), on Monday with a keynote address from CEO Tim Cook.

And while there were no hardware announcements, Cook and his executive team introduced a bunch of interesting software and services additions.  Below are just some of the new options. 

  • Siri will have some shortcuts and hopefully do a better job of understanding you
  • They introduced a new app called "Measure" that is designed to measure objects using augmented reality.  Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering, actually was using it to measuring a suitcase during the presentation
  • Carplay will now work with third party apps - like Waze, Google (GOOGL) - Get Report Maps
  • They launched Group FaceTime, that can include up to 32 participants 
  • There will be some new features to control app usage with added parental controls.
  • You now can create a "memojis"  -- to make your emojis looks just like you
  • Apple Watch has been updated to include more biometric data and better workout features
  • Apple TV 4K will have soon have Dolby Atmos surround
  • The next version of macOS will be called "Mojave" and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and enhanced privacy and security
  • They updated the app store

But be sure to watch the video above for all the highlights of the conference!