Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Rene Ritchie, and Rich Siegel talk about announcements from WWDC 2016 including a new Apple File System, Differential Privacy which allows Apple to learn more about user behavior without sacrificing user privacy, macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, and more.
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- Apple overhauls watchOS with new UI and faster app launching
- Apple watchOS 3 announced: Instant Launch, updated interface, handwriting recognition
- Apple renames OS X to macOS
- Apple is bringing Siri to the Mac for hands-free access
- iOS 10 is here: iMessage on emoji-steroids and the most third-party integrations ever
- Apple File System (APFS) announced for 2017, scales ‘from Apple Watch to Mac Pro’ and focuses on encryption
- Swift Playgrounds sells coding as simple and fun — just like rest of Apple’s products
- Apple announces Siri will integrate with third-party apps in iOS 10
- Apple’s ‘Differential Privacy’ Is About Collecting Your Data—But Not Your Data
- Apple promises to deliver AI smarts without sacrificing your privacy
- Goodbye Obamaberry, hello Obamadroid
- Every change coming to Apple Music in iOS 10
- Apple Announces 'Breathe' Mindfulness App for Apple Watch
- Apple Watch can call 911 with a single button press
- Pick: Jackpoint Jackstands
- Pick: BitCam
- Pick: xScope
- Pick: Dramatic Black and White (Mac and iOS)