Apple's WWDC 2017
Apple have kicked off WWDC in style with a lengthy but well stocked presentation covering almost every facet of the business - software, hardware and services.
You'll find more extensive rundowns of what was announced elsewhere but here are my personal highlights:
WatchOS 4 will link to gym equipment to track fitness and activity more accurately. This seems like a small thing but this will be great for me. I much prefer to do my running indoors on a treadmill so if I do pick up an Apple Watch in the near future, this could be huge for my own personal aims and goals.
Moving from MacOS Sierra to MacOS High Sierra and announcing it with a couple of references to the "Devil's Lettuce" was bizarre if slightly amusing. It seems this year is aimed at evolution as opposed to revolution, and I think it's telling of Apple's priorities that iOS is seen as the premier operating system at events such as these.
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