Apple will enhance SiriKit for developers at WWDC with support for new intents, expanding on the various actions that the smart assistant is allowed to handle in third-party apps.
Apple has some exciting things in store for augmented reality (AR) developers, with a new report claiming that an updated ARKit framework will be able to detect human poses. Moreover, WWDC 2019 will allegedly see Apple's new app for visual AR content creation while developers will be getting a dedicated Swift-only software framework for augmented reality.
The next major updates to Apple's mobile and desktop operating systems are expected to bring developer support for stereo augmented reality (AR) headsets, as well as enhanced support for gaming controllers that feature touch pads (like Sony's DualShock controller).
Aside from a bunch of significant changes coming to iOS 13 down the pike, Apple customers can expect some new Animoji characters like a cow, an octopus, a mouse and an emoji face.
Ahead of Marzipan's debut at WWDC 2019 on June 3, interesting new details just surfaced regarding some of the planned capabilities for Apple's upcoming software framework that promises to help developers write cross-platform apps which run across iPhone, iPad and Mac.