At its annual developer event, CEO Tim Cook led a stillnes for victims in Orlando, before disclosing updates to iOS and Siri, its voice-controlled AI
Apple, known for its steady river of slick consumer electronic devices, employed its annual developer seminar in San Francisco to roll out a collect of millennial-friendly texting tools to enhance emojis, improve image sharing and add animations to messages.
Among a two-hour river of product announcements at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference( WWDC) event, Apple engineers demonstrated the latest update of Apples smartphone software iOS, which will now let iPhone users add larger emojis, ensure photos and videos appear in a river of text messages, add animated impacts and emojify messages by converting typed terms into emojis.
Opening the event with a few moments of stillnes for the victims of the weekends shooting at a homosexual nightclub in Orlando, Apples CEO, Tim Cook who has become a leader on gay rights issues since talking about his own sexuality in 2014 called the attacks a senseless, unconscionable act of terrorism and detest is targeted at dividing and destroying.
Cook then set about laying out his vision for a future in which Apples software forms the central hub of its clients lives, helping track their fitness, send love notes, navigate the road and trade pictures of cute dogs.
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