12 that iOS and macOS Mojave can tell you about upcoming Apple products


Apple announced the new operating system a little over a month ago, but they now can tell a lot about the future of the Corporation.

Apple announced the new operating system a little over a month ago, but they now can tell a lot about the future of the Corporation.

12 that iOS and macOS Mojave can tell you about upcoming Apple products

Camera TrueDepth will cease to be exclusive to the iPhone X

Branded front camera iPhone X will move in the iPad Pro, and with it Animoji that Apple is actively PR the last six months and scanning system Face ID. This is a logical step for the company. All unique to smartphone technology, the company later become part of other devices.

12 that iOS and macOS Mojave can tell you about upcoming Apple products

Perhaps the iPad will appear bangs

Judging by the many of the concepts published in the network, the Apple designers decided to abandon the so-called bangs in the iPad. Perhaps the frame around the display will be of the same thickness around the perimeter. However, in iOS 12 interface version of the tablet has changed a bit. The watch is shifted to the left side, and the center was completely free as in iPhone X. in Fact, the smartphone is an engineering decision was made because of the need to accommodate module chambers. The iPad Pro 2018, is unclear. The bangs question remains open.

12 that iOS and macOS Mojave can tell you about upcoming Apple products

In the next few years Apple will definitely release AR glasses

Apple pays a lot of attention to augmented reality technology and tries to coerce developers to create software with the support of ARKit. Moreover, all demonstrated changes in technology does not tally with the current devices. Both the iPhone and the iPad obviously not suitable for use with augmented reality in its current form. It is understood by all, including Apple. ARKit is a solid Foundation for the future. Come the next revolution, comparable with the launch of iPhone, and Tim cook together with your engineers have already laid it under the foundations.

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Dark mode for iOS is now unofficially tested

A dark theme for iOS, a steady annual falls in the wish list of users prior to each release. Unfortunately, Apple has long time passed the desires of buyers on deaf ears. Apparently, you had your reasons. But next year things can change dramatically. First, the dark mode was introduced in macOS Mojave. Second, it has the opportunity to port applications from iOS to computer. The point is that before porting every developer must add to his program dark mode. This means that a huge array adapted to macOS Mojave tools and websites to get the dark versions of the design. Apple in the end just adds a new theme in iOS 13, when everyone else is ready.

12 that iOS and macOS Mojave can tell you about upcoming Apple products

Automation will be a key vector of development of the platform in the future

Apple didn’t lie when said that the dismissal of a key developer Automator will not affect the development of such tools in the operating systems of the Corporation. The announcement of Siri Shortcuts confirms this. This tool allows owners of iOS devices to combine different task one by automating the workflow. Moreover, this program will be the base to extend the functionality of the built-in voice assistant. Although Siri Shortcuts, almost no one paid attention, this app will surely become the basis for the interface of future operating system versions.

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