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Just one day after Apple’s presentation marking the beginning of the WWDC18, we have already had some time ( hours, rather ) to test the new operating systems. For this new episode of the Apple Talks we have a very special guest: Julio Cesar Fernandez, head of Apple Coding and one of our references in the development world. Together with him, Eduardo and I went over the two hours of the keynote in just twenty minutes – explaining those most interesting milestones of the keynote and what developers could use them for in their applications.
This year, Apple has bet on improving the stability and performance of its operating systems, and starting with iOS 12 it is already starting to be noticed since the first beta. I’ve had it installed for a few hours now and it not only works faster than iOS 11, all the apps I had are still running smoothly – surprising me with incredible things like the Memojis actually extended. The new Mojave macOS also improves in response time and although the Dark Mode still needs adjustments in some apps, it looks very good. Of all the details we give a good review in this new video , we’ll tell you much more right here, soon!
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You can also watch previous episodes of Apple’s Talks through these links:
- Third Anniversary of the Apple Watch: Present and Future
- From tablet to computer, the evolution of the original iPad to the iPad 2018
- The Apple Store is not just a store, an update on the goal and importance of stores for Apple.
- Steve Jobs, keynotes and the future of Siri: The Apple Talks, with Angel Jimenez.
- The iPhone is not the most important thing, about Apple’s ability to go beyond its phone.
- From MacBook Pro to iPad Pro, our experiences: The Apple Talks, about our experiences with the iPad Pro.
- Macs with ARM processors, the third transition
- The future of Apple: AR glasses, autonomous vehicles, HomePod and ARM.