Maccast 2016.06.13 - WWDC 2016
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- My first reaction was this was a very “consumer” focused keynote
- The flow was focusing on the new features of the various OS’s first
- Only near the end did they briefly mention how it was relatable to the developers
- Felt like they weren’t “playing to their audience”
- But in hindsight I see what Apple was doing
- They showed off the feature, related it to how developers would have access, and then left if for the later session to bring out the details.
- Makes more sense. Apple also knows press and consumers are watching the keynote intently.
- So the theme of this, if there was any, was opening up the OS features to developers.
- But not totally open, the the “Apple way”.
- Giving access, but maintaining security and privacy.
- Top focus is performance
- App launch
- Apps in memory
- Background updates
- Instant launch (about 7x faster)
- View and launch favorite apps
- Tap side button to activate. How do you access other apps?
- No more ‘Friends’?
- How do you access Digital Touch?
- Seems to combine Glances and recently used apps
- The key is that apps get snapshots and can have data updated in the background
- Ready the minute you bring up the controls
- Replaces glances as the swipe up gesture
- Mimics the controls of the old “Settings” glance
- handwriting to text
- Activity watch face
- Minnie Mouse
- Swipe to switch faces. Edge to Edge.
- Emergency calls
- Notify emergency contacts
- Activity sharing
- Wheel Chair support
- Time to roll
- Two wheel Chair workouts
- Activity optimized for wheel chair
- Deep breathing sessions
- For stress.
- Find My Friends
- Apple Pay
- Access to real-time heart rate data, the gyroscope, and the all-day accelerometer
- Support for Digital Crown and touch events directly, speaker audio, in-line video, SpriteKit, SceneKit, Game Center for turn-by-turn gaming, and CloudKit for data storage across devices
- Preview release today, upgrade in Fall
New Remote app
- All Siri features
- Play games, accelerometer
- Keyboard input
- Search movies by topic
- Search YouTube
Single Sign-on ( TV Everywhere)
- Sign in once and access all apps
- Shows which ones you have access to
- Adobe is working to incorporate these new APIs into all Adobe Primetime authentication SDKs, ensuring efficient adoption by programmers
- This system drives 95% of broadcaster and cable network sites and apps in North America today.
Auto app downloads
- Replay Kit (Twitch)
- Peer-to-peer connectivity
- Copy and paste support, I assume Universal Clipboard support, via new Remote App?
- Removed its requirement that all games for tvOS be playable using the Siri Remote
macOS (OS X)
- Using Continuity
- If you’re already authenticated to your Apple Watch
- Uses “time of flight” networking for security
- Desktop and Documents folder are included
- Make room for new file by storing older files in the cloud
- How do you handle backup?
- Removes old files you don’t need
- Caches, inactive downloads, error logs, redundant mail data, older trashed files.
- All of it can be configured.
- Dealing with smaller SSD drives in many Macs, will be a big help.
- ApplePay on the web
- Authenticate with iPhone or double click Apple Watch button
- Uses Continuity
- Tabs to all apps, 3rd party apps.
- Supported out of the box.
Picture in Picture for Safari
- Stays in place when switching windows and spaces
- Built in to default HTML 5 video player
- Accessed from Spotlight and the Dock
- Can we switch off the Siri feedback “comments”?
- Pin results in Notification Center
- Click and drag results from Siri, like photos
- Contacts integration for 3rd party messaging and video calling apps
- Live Photo editing for 3rd party apps
- Sell Safari Extension on App Store
- Proprietary plugins like Adobe Flash and Java will be disabled by default when browsing the web in Safari
- Can “use once” or “use every time”.
- Public Beta July, release in the Fall
- Will run on:
- Late 2009 & later MacBooks and iMacs
- 2010 & later MacBook Airs, MacBook Pros, Mac minis, and Mac Pros
- Goes back about six years, not too bad.
- Redesigned lock screen
- Expanded 3D Touch
- Raise to wake to see lock screen
- See photos, watch videos, and listen to audio inside a notification
- Display live information, see when someone is typing
- Control Center
- Music controls on separate panel, swipe to access
- Slide from right to access Camera
- Access from Lock screen. Slide from left to access.
- Seems to replace “Today” view, at least on Lock Screen
- Widgets above icons in 3DTouch
- This means “Slide to Unlock” is now gone, replaced by widget gesture.
- “Press Home to Open”
- In beta 1, just touching Home button only unlocks, but doesn’t open
- Some are complaining about this, but I hope it’s so you can stay on unlock screen and access widgets, notifications, etc.
- If you want to unlock and go to home all in one gesture, just use the one Apple says to, “Press Home to Open”.
- Apps integrate using an extension that communicates with Siri.
- Apps register domains and intents
- Ride Booking, Messaging, Photo Search, Payments, Audio or video calling, Workouts, Climate and Radio (CarPlay)
- For developers
- Siri intelligence
- Suggestions based on context
- Pre-fill calendar events
- Advanced computer vision
- Face recognition
- Done locally on the device
- Object and scene recognition
- Can combine recognition into collections
- Uses AI on the device
- Events, places, people, and topics
- Auto creates movies (slideshow)
- Control length and “mood” (music)
- These features come to Mac and Apple TV as well.
- Edit RAW, FINALLY
- Third party developers will be able to shoot and store raw photos
- work with the rear camera only
- iOS can handle shooting in RAW and JPEG simultaneously
- available to apps running on the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, SE, and the 9.7” iPad
- Will use the Adobe’s Digital Negative (DNG) file format
- All new design
- suggests relevant apps and services based on current location
- Parked car feature. Done automatically for a trip that does not end at your home address.
- Traffic on route
- Dynamic view
- Search along route
- Alternate routes
- Open up to developers, via Maps extensions
- Apps that offer ride booking, restaurant reservations, and other location-related services
- Can handle booking, tracking, and payments.
- 15 Million paid subscribers
- All-new design
- My Music once again “Library”
- Downloaded Music, just what’s on your device
- For You
- Personalized playlists
- Discovery Mix
- Connect has been moved here
- Replaces the “New ” tab
- Apple editors select most recent and important
- Top Charts, curated playlists etc.
- Featured Stories (editors)
- Break news notifications
- Supports camera and doorbell accessories a
- Home app. What happened to the old “Home” app?
- Built in to Control Center on iOS
- Live notifications
- For things like doorbells and front door camera
- Apple TV remote access and automation
- Support for Apple Watch
- Voicemail transcription
- VOIP API, for 3rd party apps
- Lock screen integration
- Contacts can remember how you like to call individual people (Phone, Skype, Slack, etc.)
- Rich links
- 3x bigger emoji
- Emoji predictions
- Tap to replace emoji
- Bubble effects
- Add emphasis to bubbles (animated)
- Invisible ink, swipe to reveal
- Handwritten messages
- Digital Touch
- Full screen effects
- iMessage Apps
- App Store for iMessage
- Expose app features inside messages, like Square Cash payments.
- Stickers, can be for purchase inside Messages
- Mac and Apple Watch can receive the content, not create.
- Notes collaboration
- Live Photo editing
- Split pages in Safari, two windows side by side
- On-device intelligence
- No user profiling
- Differential privacy, a way to get patterns among users while keeping individual user identities private.
- Beta for Devs now, public beta soon, release in the Fall
- Runs on iPhone 5 and newer, iPad 4th gen and newer, 2nd gen iPad minis, all iPad Airs and iPad Pros, iPod Touch 6th gen and newer
- No Game Center app in iOS 10 beta 1
- Apple confirmed the stand alone app is being killed, but the service will continue
- Delete bundled apps
- Not all of them but most
- Contacts (iPhone only)
- Contact data will be maintained in the Phone app
- Obviously most saved data will be deleted
- Could be issues for other integrations
- Delete Weather app and many other apps, complications, widgets may lose their data as well?
- There are some obvious ones on the chopping block
- Flashlight icon in Control Center now gives you the option to turn on your LED flash at low, medium or high intensity.
- Bedtime in Clock app
- Meant to help with sleep patterns.
- The feature runs through a quick setup and then it will remind you when you should go to bed and help you wake up easier.
- 100,000 apps with Swift
- Number 1 language project on Github
Swift Playgrounds for iPad
- Apple File System (APFS)
- Designed to replace the ancient HFS+ system
- Optimized for Flash/SSD storage, and engineered with encryption as a primary feature
- Can be used on conventional disks
- Has some severe limits for now
- Won’t work on hybrid Fusion Drives or on startup disks
- Time Machine and FileVault aren’t yet supported
- Filenames are case sensitive
- Some big advantages
- “Space Sharing” will however allow multiple file systems to share the the same storage blocks,
- Change volume sizes without re-partitioning
- A “cloning-system”, only write changes to a cloned file to new locations.
- Has snapshots and Fast Directory Sizing
- Focus on encryption
- There is a developer preview in macOS Sierra, but it’s not expected to launch before 2017.
- No new hardware
- No Mac Pro, Macbook Pro, or Apple TV/ Siri box
- I assume they will come in the Fall announcements?
- No iMessage for Android
- I think this has to be coming.
- This would be another great “halo” effect app.
- Some Siri enhancements, but maybe not enough
- Were was all the cool VocalIQ stuff
- AI, better handling of accents, etc?
- A HomeKit app, but no hardware.