Apple kicked off its annual WWDC conference for developers with a keynote address showing off its new software features.
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Wondering why your engineering team stopped responding to you yesterday afternoon? Apple kicked off its annual WWDC conference for developers with a keynote address showing off its new software features.
Apple’s preparing for post-pandemic life with…a lot of tools that would have been helpful during the pandemic.
FaceTime updates: Video calls will get screen sharing capabilities, integrations with other apps like social media, and crisper audio. Users will also be able to schedule and send links to FaceTime calls (even to their Android friends).
Focus tech: To help you stay on task from 9-5, Apple will let users batch notifications and order them by priority, add a Focus mode to limit interruptions from non-work-related apps and friends, and add work, sleep, or do not disturb statuses to their Messages app.
Privacy: To bolster its reputation as