Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss The Apple Watch, the iPhone and the iPad. macOS and iOS will get some new and exciting features this Fall and today if you're a developer. For Apple Watch, you'll get a smarter Siri reminding you of things it thinks you might want to know, a long awaited flashlight and some improved fitness features. If you've wanted to do other workouts besides walking, running, biking, or swimming, you're in luck. iOS on your iPhone will include a do not disturb while driving tool that will automatically turn on when your car connects to bluetooth. Your phone will automatically send a text response that says you're driving and people can reply Urgent to come through. You can turn it off if you're a passenger. iOS 11 on the iPad includes drag and drop, searchable handwriting in the Notes app, and some great multitasking features. Plus a new file system that makes the iPad more like the Mac.
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