IOS 12, macOS Mojave, Memoji and Other Big Announcements from WWDC 2018

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Home app coming to Mac.

For iOS 12, the company seems to have focused on performance and stability, though there are plenty of other new features in the OS as well. Apple killed off the popular concept of flashlight apps when they introduced its own flashlight function to the Control Center. But you've got to wonder: where will this race for tech supremacy end? iPhones that beam tunes directly into your brain? iPads that look after your kids?

Apple's senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi addressed the macOS/iOS merger rumors head on at WWDC, answering the lingering question with a big, firm "No". The Mac App Store will also gain new video previews as well as a more prominent ratings and reviews section. There is also a Facebook-like feature which tells the users about photos they look previous year as a memory reminder. It will automatically detect when you start a workout and track your activity for you.

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As Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the WWDC 2018, he made it clear that this was an event for developers, who also formed the majority of over 6000 people who were in audience at the San Jose McEnery Convention Centre.

The Mac App Store will also be getting some upgrades, with a redesign that provides editorial content to make it less of a hassle to find a Mac app for your needs.

Setting aside the project's weird, baking product inspired name, 'Marzipan, ' Apple's upcoming cross-platform iOS-to-macOS development framework, is a great and long-overdue move by the tech giant that could have far-reaching improvements on its desktop operating system. It's first phase of this is seen this year with News, Home, Stocks, and Voice Memos being ported. To clarify, even if you download Mojave later this year, you will still get warnings. The latest new update brings screen time, Group FaceTime, Memoji, Grouped Notification and many newer features. These features allows the user limit their time on specific Apps such as social media and news entertainment sites to improve productivity. The new macOS brings enhanced security feature on Safari Browser which will block tracking websites like Facebook and other websites, these websites use to track users data and those data were sold for researching goal.

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Click "Take Photo", and your iPhone will instantly detect it, wake up, and enter Camera mode.

Apple may have slowed the pace of Mac hardware releases, but this macOS update suggests that they're on the right path from a software perspective.

The new store includes a ratings and review API, and new apps - such as Office 365 from Microsoft.

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