Monday, June 13, 2016

iOS 10 is Giving Developers a Chance to Work with Siri's API

Apple recently introduced their newest platform which is about to join their most awaited line of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, the iOS 10. Users can expect a major changes for the said platform as noted by reports from Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). They are giving developers their chance to work with their famous virtual assistant, the Application Protocol Interface (API) of Siri.

Aside from that API for developers, iOS 10 is expected to offer a lot of new features. That includes a new way of locking and unlocking devices, fully-enhanced 3D Touch App, strengthen support for CarPlay, new map, subscription for Apple Music, HomeKit Control Center for controlling household appliances, and VoIP that is capable of knowing the identity of callers.

But the most exciting part of the said major changes in iOS 10 is the upgraded virtual assistant. It is now capable to learn from the user's routine and also to work in iPhone SMS function. User can now ask Siri to pass SMS messages or even locate anyone through the handset built-in GPS. Aside from that, it is also treated with auto-reply function for sending short messages.

For me, the most exciting part of iOS 10 is their upcoming API for developers. They are about to change our way of thinking towards the iOS platform along with Siri's new functionality and possible twists from programmer's initiative.

In addition, iOS 10 update is fully compatible to the following devices aside from the upcoming models as noted by Apple's official website:

iPhoneiPadiPod Touch
iPhone 6S
iPhone 6S Plus
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone SE
iPhone 5s
iPhone 5c
iPhone 5

iPad Pro 12.9-Inch
iPad Pro 9.7-Inch
iPad Air 2
iPad Air
iPad (4th generation)
iPad (3rd generation)
iPad 2
iPad Mini 4
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini 2
iPad Mini
iPod Touch (6th generation)
iPod Touch (5th generation)

Before the iOS 10 update, leaked photos and related stories about the upcoming version of iPhone continue to stir the Web. Some fans and followers of the blockbuster handset are also expecting an inductive charging enabled version.



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