Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

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Apple's new iPad Pro has a 10.5-inch Retina display with ProMotion technology, which offers refresh rates of up to 120Hz. While it faces increased competition from Google's Project Tango, which has been around since June 2014, that platform is only available on select Android devices. Improvements to Siri have been made which will allow synchronization with different iOS devices easier. The key exists locally on the device, which stores the messages in an unencrypted format until they are transmitted. Mondello is set to announce this iOS 11 feature on Wednesday.

With iOS 11, the company's voice assistant Siri has also received a slightly updated design with more natural sounding male and female voices, all thanks to some new deep learning techniques. In other words, you'll be able to place items like a cup on your table. Both models will also be available next week in Apple Stores, through select carriers and Apple Authorized Resellers (prices may vary) in the U.S. and 37 additional countries and regions, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. The money one receives will be stored in their new Apple Pay Cash account which can be used to transfer money to someone, make purchases via Apple Pay in stores, apps and also on the web. Apple says more languages will be added in the coming months. The new iPad also has wide color gamut, ultralow reflectivity, 600 nits brightness, and HDR video support. The company says that user data will be synced across all devices with end-to-end encryption. Moreover, the new overhauled control center is now a massive, tall single page of controls unlike before when it was divided into two sections. Control Center now includes Voice Memos, Home controls, support for 3D Touch to unlock more commands, and notifications that are mirrored after unlocking, to name a few. That would be another way to prevent distracting texts while driving. Passengers who are just riding, and not driving, will have the ability to disable the feature. The Home app also gets support for more accessories like AirPlay 2 speakers and will receive new triggers for better automation.

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Apple Pay's usage will be extended in iOS 11 as users will be able to make payments right in the Messages app. iOS 11 will also enable users to ask Siri to make payments using the credit and debit cards saved in their Wallet.

"Log into Facebook once in mobile Safari and when you go to log in to a third-party app using a social network, it should be able to remember you". Other navigation apps, like Google Maps, will also work, although not quite as easily.

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Apple said it had updated the processors in its iMac and MacBook Pro lineup to Intel's most recent "Kaby Lake" processors. Siri will also become more intelligent, using on-device learning to improve its predictions of what you will do next.


While the list above isn't as exciting as it's been in years past, there are some nice features here such as screen recording, storage optimization options, and a one-handed keyboard option.

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Instead, you just won't be able to install the update and the 32-bit apps you're still using will continue to work. But some popular games and educational apps have not been updated since the 64-bit requirement was introduced.


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