The following is an excerpt from CNET.com | June 16, 2016 |
With Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) behind us, we have a clearer vision of what's to come in iOS 10, the company's new software for the iPhone (and iPad). There are plenty of new features: Siri, photos, maps, and especially the Messages app have all been upgraded. For now, iOS 10 is available only to developers; the official release is expected to come this fall, likely coinciding with the release of the forthcoming iPhone 7. (Click here for the complete scoop on iOS 10.)
In a TV interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer in early May, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone 7 will have a killer feature: "We are going to give you things that you can't live without, that you just don't know you need today." So, a high bar has been set.
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