The Apple Developers Conference is just around the corner and if you follow the script scheduled on June 13 will know the surprises that we have prepared in iOS, watchOS, TVOS and yes, probably macOS. Surprises we expect tachen the maximum number of boxes on our wish list particular starting, of course, by iOS 10.
iOS 9 is already installed in 84% of mobile assets of the apple and the latest update has left us which probably is the most stable and refined version of the advantaged younger brother of OS X. Perhaps it is time to dream about their future more immediately, right? They say dreaming is free and here we have spared no expense.
Siri in iOS 9 stepped forward to become a much more proactive assistant, for example, suggesting apps or contacts depending on our usage habits. I hope that Apple will put your house in order and continue moving in this direction with IOS 10, but also cannot forget the foundation on which rests all, the knowledge base of the wizard and his ability to know what we talked about him and offer answers tools.
The Siri is already a classic, but Apple would appreciate the same discomfort to answer more useful questions. It cannot be that three out of four questions I ask are misinterpreted or, at best, I invite Google search. While this is not resolved, we continue using the wizard in a rather anecdotal way.