iOS 13 will let third-party apps access photos and videos directly from external storage as reported by 9to5Mac. It also expected that Apple will bring improvements to the Marzipan apps, Siri, and ARKit with new OS updates.
The new changes in the iOS and MacOS were first reported by 9to5Mac. The new changes are mentioned below.
- Marzipan a framework which allows iOS developers to port their apps to the MacOS and new changes will help developers to the Mac-specific features like the Touch Bar and menu bar.
- Siri will get new access to some new “Intents” which suggest that now commands can access the third-party apps. 9to5Mac says that this intent will include media playback, search, and voice calling.
- With updates to the ARKit, Augmented Reality based apps will be able to detect human poses and a new companion app for developers that will let them visually create AR experiences.
- A system-wide Dark Mode could also be added to the new iOS, and a new set of Animoji (a cow, octopus, mouse and an emoji face) is expected to be released too.
- Other new improvements include more control over to the iPhone’s Taptic engine, expanded NFC tag support, and letting developers update their machine learning models on the device itself rather than needing them to be trained.
It is expected that Apple will announce the new iOS 13, tvOS 13, MacOS 10.15, and watchOS 6 at the Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June.
Stay tuned with us till then!!