Apple and Google's new operating systems will roll out to devices later this year, but the companies have already showcased a bit of what users can expect. The Updates Tab will give users a glimpse of what has changed in an app when they are updating it.Summer-styled bands are available now to greet the season, including vibrant new Sports Bands, a yellow Classic Buckle and some Nike Sport Bands.
HomePod is a seven-inch tall speaker for playing music, checking the news and controlling other connected devices in your home.
Apple also slipped in a brief mention about a processor update for MacBook Air.
Apple described iOS 11 as "the biggest software releases ever for iPad, with powerful multitasking features". Featuring a new space gray enclosure, iMac Pro packs advanced graphics editing, virtual reality content creation and real-time 3D rendering. iMac Pro is scheduled to ship in December starting at $4,999 (US).
Upon detection, the phone activates the "Do not disturb while driving" mode, which automatically silences notifications, thereby turning off the screen.
The highlight clearly was how Apple's latest iOS 11 will make machine learning integral, while making augmented reality more accessible.
There's also news on major software upgrades for the MacOS and iOS operating systems, both of which are expected to arrive on computers and mobile devices this autumn. In iOS 11, there are new filters with professional quality.
A note of caution, though: since you'll have an early version of iOS 11, you'll face bugs that are more than the minor annoyances you're used to on stable versions of iOS. Apple describes this as a new way to help drivers stay more focused on the road. That includes the ability to add drawings to typewritten documents, mark up text files, and take handwritten notes within Apple's native Notes app. Users can to find one, download it, and then launch it every single time they wanted to scan a QR code.
Apple officially introduced this year's release of iOS during its WWDC developers conference yesterday.