Mingis on Tech: Apple's WWDC keynote dissected

From iOS 10 to macOS, Siri to Continuity, here's what you need to know about what Apple is doing

So that was a lot to digest, no?

We're talking about Apple's two-hour-long keynote address from the 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, where execs ran through so many updates, changes and tweaks to iOS 10, macOS, watchOS and tvOS that it was hard to keep track what's new, what's out and what matters.

That's where Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw come in handy. Right after the keynote  ended, the trio sat down to hash out what's important. (And while they were at it, they offered their reax via Facebook live video on Computerworld's Facebook page -- a first for Mingis on Tech.)

Siri arrives on macOS Sierra. iOS 10 gets even more predictive in helping you get through the day. Even your Apple Watch will be more intuitive. The common thread? The weaving of A.I. throughout all of Apple's operating systems and devices.

Oh, and don't miss Mingis' mea culpa on Apple Music, which he pooh-pooh last year and now can't get stay away from (thanks to CarPlay).

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