This week on AI: macOS Mojave, iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12, Facebook controversy & more
There may not have been new hardware, but WWDC 2018 kicked off the week with plenty to talk about in the software realm — including word that developers will soon be able to easily bring iPhone and iPad apps to the Mac.
Everything you need to know:
- macOS Mojave has a Dark Mode, HomeKit, and early support for iOS apps > >
- iOS 12 sports Siri "shortcuts" and much improved speed > >
- watchOS 5 makes Siri quicker and finally enables podcasts > >
- tvOS 12 promises Dolby Atmos and "zero sign-on" > >
- Facebook allegedly shared users' personal data with Apple, something the latter denies > >
- The Mac App Store is being redesigned and picking up some big supporters > >
- Apple is opening the door to compatibility with third-party streaming services in Siri > >
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