Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president, said the conference will be “online in a new format” that “connects the entire developer community with a new experience.” Online launch, online variety has been engaged in several rounds, some just no live audience, the presenter a person on the stage, some specially built a studio, with special effects synthesis way to show a different stage, the most common is remote connection, and then later through the editing of the program.
Apple also announced last week that WWDC 2020 will be held on June 22, and Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president, said the event will be “online in a new format” that “connects the entire developer community with a new experience.”
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In fact, Apple, which began working with American Idol last month to film at home with an iPhone, said”iPhone offers a unique solution to make high-quality video from your phone while keeping production and live crew safe.” “There is speculation in the media that WWDC 2020 may also be recorded using this process in a month’s time.
The show’s host, Trish Kinane, has revealed in an interview that the team of about 45 people is working on the project, and that producers will send three iPhone 11 Pros, a tripod, a ring light to contestants and referees to shoot at home.
“These young people are already familiar with the operation of the iPhone and use it every day, so we decided not to let them use sophisticated professional cameras, which might require a professional to operate.” “
In addition to the new format, of course, the conference will also announce new iOS, iPad OS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS information, Geek Choice (WeChat: GeekChoice) for everyone to organize the most-watched iOS 14 features, let’s take a look.
New home screen view
The home screen has an additional list view, a bit like watchOS, which can see all apps, sortby by frequency of use, whether there are unread notifications, and so on. Siri recommends apps you might need at different times and locations, depending on your usage habits.
New multi-tasking interface
iOS 14 will also provide an iPad-like multitasking interface that can arrange 4 apps simultaneously for easy user switching.
New Fitness App
Apple may be developing a new fitness app that offers exercise options and allows users to download fitness guide videos.
New AR apps
Apple may be developing a new AR app that scans labels for product information, price comparisons, and more. Apple appears to have started testing the app on the Apple Store and Starbucks.
Support for third-party wallpaper
iOS 14 will add “live” wallpaper, including Earth, Moon, Flowers, and more, in addition to dynamic, static. Users can choose Home Screen Appearance, similar to the Apple Watch’s dial settings, including solid, fuzzy, and dark versions.
iOS 14 also adds support for third-party wallpapers, making it easier for users to set up their favorite wallpapers.
Support for widgets
An internal project called Avocado might be related to the iOS 14 widget, which can move around like an app rather than being fixed to one side of the screen like iPad OS.
Support for “small programs”
iOS 14 will provide a Clips interface that lets users use some features without downloading the app, similar to Google Play Instant, possibly by scanning THE QR code.
Apple Pay Supports Alipay
In iOS 14, Apple’s Apple Pay may support Alipay, which is a good thing for domestic users.
More powerful keychain
Apple users can already record passwords and automatically generate passwords to register accounts with the keychain feature, which may continue to grow in the new iOS 14, such as warning when you reuse the same password multiple times. Keychain has a new way to save your password without emailing or texting when you do two-step verification.
Detecting alarm sounds
There are many improvements to assistive features in iOS 14, one of which is to detect sound such as fire alarms, doorbells, baby crying, etc., which the system converts into haptic feedback that can be perceived by hearing impaired people.
Allow third-party apps to be defaulted
Apple could liberalise restrictions on default apps in iOS 14, such as opening homePods to rivals such as Spotify, Bloomberg reported.