Apple unveils updates at WWDC

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On the software front, Apple announced the details of two operating system updates - iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra, as well as changes to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4.

For logging into any third-party app, you don't need to manually enter your details, the iOS is smart enough to log you into the apps using your Facebook or Twitter accounts. While the iPhone 5 and 5c are slow by modern standards, the issue isn't RAM or raw performance, it's the ability (or lack thereof) to run 64-bit apps and programs.

The new feature would send a prompt to nearby iOS devices on a given Wi-Fi network whenever a new one tries to connect.

In-app purchases will also be added to store pages, meaning gamers will no longer have to navigate a title's in-game menus to purchase additional content.

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Apple's WWDC brought a lot of improvements and new features to their iOS that will soon see its eleventh iteration.

The feature, which is called "Do Not Disturb While Driving", will come as part of Apple's upcoming iOS 11 software. When you re-install app in iOS 11, you will get back all data and documents. You can now open a second app from the Dock and use Slide Over as well as Split View to switch between them.

Apple has been making devices with 64-bit processors rather than 32-bit processors since 2013, when it introduced them with the iPhone 5S and the iPad Air. It can also be used to control Apple HomeKit devices. Now, we are not saying that Apple has made changes to iOS 11 deliberately to bypass "screenshot alert" feature on Snapchat. First, go into Settings, then General, Accessibility, Display Accommodations, and Inverted Colors.

Among other things, there are redesigns in the App Store, Calculator, and Podcasts, with a new app drawer in Messages.

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