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iOS 10, and WatchOS 3 News: New Devices Release Date Unveiled; macOS Sierra To Be Unveiled in Sept.?


More surprises will come next week. According to the recent reports, iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will be released to the public on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

After iPhone 7 introduced to the public, next week, two more devices from Apple will be unveiled. These are iOS 10 and watchOS 3, which will be released to the public on Sept. 13, three days before the the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Sept. 16 release date. Aside from that, macOS Sierra is set to be released on Sept. 20. according to Mac Rumors.

iOS 10 is the biggest update to Apple's mobile operating system. Its significant changes include, update to the Siri digital assistant. Expect the image searches improvement for Siri, and now, Apple's intelligent personal assistant computer program can handle transcribing voicemails, and even write text messages, according to The Verge.

Apple users can copy text or images from their iPhones and immediately paste them on your Mac. Thanks for their Universal Clipboard in iOS 10. This feature will make transferring content easier.

There will be new features for lock screen as Apple expands the use of widgets in iOS.

macOS Sierra, Apple's desktop operating system, is expected to be released on Sept. 20. The additions this year for desktop is to include Siri for Mac, a picture-in-picture mode for certain apps like iTunes and Safari, improved file syncing with iCloud, and a universal clipboard that allows users share copied items across Apple devices.

Meanwhile, Apple has not yet announced the release date of tvOS 10. The official website of the company simply said "Coming Soon."

Apple unveiled its next generation of the iPhone during its annual event in San Francisco on Sept. 8. Although the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, have some similarities to iPhone 6s and 6s Plus when it comes to aesthetics, there are several changes of the new generation devices, which include, a pressure-sensitive home button, improved battery life, a faster processor, and better camera, and also, Apple ditched headphone jack.

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