The biggest announcements at Apple’s WWDC 2017 – CNET

WWDC 2017

Apple’s annual WWDC conference kicks off today in San Jose, California. In addition to featuring seminars and workshops throughout the week, Apple is expected to announce updates to iOS 11, MacOS 10.13 and more during its first-day keynote.

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WWDC 2017

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WWDC 2017

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WWDC 2017

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Apple CEO Tim Cook announces Amazon on Apple TV.

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Kevin Lynch, who oversees Apple Watch software, announces the new Siri face on Apple Watch.

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There is also a new line of Kaleidoscope faces with “less information and more graphics” says Lynch, as well as Toy Story faces from Disney.

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Apple Watch will now be able to exchange activity data with gym equipment via NBA. This endeavor is supported by a number of major gym equipment makers, starting in the Fall.

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The music app gets a refresh on Apple Watch too. There are multiple playlists and it presents album art.

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Cook gets back on stage to give a quick intro to what’s coming up with MacOS.

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Apple’s head of software Craig Federighi unveils that the new MacOS name is called High Sierra.

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In addition to autoplay-block on Safari, High Sierra supports split view.

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In High Sierra, there’s a persistent sidebar and a new view that has all of your photo imports in chronological order.

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John Turnis, VP of hardware engineering comes on stage to talk about Apple’s new iMac.

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The new iMacs will have a better display and Intel’s 7th gen Core processor, known as Kaby Lake.

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The new generation will have Fusion Drive storage, 2 USB-C connectors with Thunderbolt and 80 percent faster graphics.

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