Apple Brings Group FaceTime, Memoji And More

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There might be news of Apple TV becoming a more fully-featured streaming service, including original series and films fresh from cinema screens. The feature was introduced in iOS 11. It's also typical that any payout mostly goes to lawyers, with customers receiving trivial sums in damages.

The latest leaks online suggest that there will be a Dark Mode for the upcoming macOS 10.14, for users who prefer to work with a darker menu interface for the Mac computer operating system. Apple CEO Tim Cook will begin the Keynote at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.

Last year, Apple introduced macOS High Sierra, which is essentially a refinement of Sierra.

In Monday's keynote speech at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple followed suit with a toolbox of its own to curb smartphone addiction, including a new Do Not Disturb for bedtimes, an app that tracks app usage and the ability to set daily time limits for specific apps. This new feature is said to come up as a part of the next-gen iOS version, which is probably known to be iOS 12. This is the first time Apple has exerted this level of control.

Plus it would make a ideal platform to do the announcement considering how many people will be tuned in. Apple's online store wasn't down either, which would have been a clear sign that new products are en route.

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The tech giant Apple seems to have one more surprise for both developers and avid fans. But the platform has not undergone any major changes since tvOS 10. No one is expecting the Apple hardware to be designed around listening to Spotify, but it's frustrating and confounding that Apple won't play ball at all.

Shortly thereafter, people familiar with the matter also expressed disappointment that Siri suffered for years due to a lack of steady management, and inflexible code that made it tough to add new features or third-party support.

There is also the rather flimsy rumour that the iPhone SE2, an update to Apple's budget phone, could be announced. It could be the same small form factor as the iPhone SE, but with an "all-display" front and Face ID technology found in the iPhone X. It will be interesting if an iPhone SE 2 is launched.

Other MacBook models that could see updates this week include the 12-inch MacBook, which was most recently update during last year's WWDC, and the MacBook Air which, although it received a minor spec bump alongside its counterparts last year, has not seen a significant upgrade since 2015.

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