How Apple Intends To Affect Your Life This Coming Fall


Recently Apple stunned its fans and no not just with the new jaw dropping capabilities with which the company blessed iOS 13, instead, Bloomberg’s recent report bearing a strong speculation predicting the demise of iTunes was the announcement causing the greatest stir amongst both its followers and the mobile communications industry in general.

After all iTunes, despite being loved by some & despised by others, has boasting rights as one the first cohesive playlist management and digital music services platforms which unlike many not only managed to survive but positively thrive over the past 18 years since the launch of the iPod. Industry insiders expect an announcement about its future to form an integral part of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s Keynote address this coming Monday while he commands centre stage at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference. On a side-note, Craig Federighi, Apple Senior Vice President of Software Development, has since the Bloomberg report revealed the company will not quite end the life of iTunes it intends to split the service into three specialised sub-divisions, Apple Podcasts, Apple Music, and Apple TV.

For Apple enthusiasts, each year’s WWDC holds one key announcement; what will the latest revamp of Apple’s iOS have in stock for them? Meanwhile, this year, Apple seemingly intends to overshadow all the ground-breaking announcements of previous years if one is to believe the trustworthiness of early iOS 13 revelations. Also dominating media reports is Apple’s upcoming WWDC launch of its new dancing, singing, coffee-making, all seeing, very high-end, exceedingly expensive Mac Pro.

With Apple’s iPhone commonly termed a lifestyle device, how will your iPhone change your life quality after the release of iOS 13? Apple currently places great emphasis on the safety, security, and privacy inherent to its devices, which for the greater part at the moment has become nearly non-existent without installing and employing several security apps simultaneously. Websites, data analysts, and marketing specialists continuously track both the physical and internet movement of the greater connected part of humanity practically at will. To combat this nasty invasive trend, Apple promises to deliver a few noteworthy enhanced security features via their new iOS, which we will discuss here.

According to Apple after iOS 13 drops, as if it was not fast already, iPhone owners using Face ID when logging into their phone will do so 30% faster. The remodelled AI-powered version uses artificial neural networks, a machine learning technology inspired by biological neural networks similar to those found in animal brains. The improved feature will for the moment remain exclusive to high-end models such as the iPhone X, and later, the mobile phone maker assures it offers much greater levels of security compared to other forms of biometric security such as Touch ID.

Sportsbetting and casino enthusiasts will, when the faster Face ID is combined with the improved speed at which iOS 13 launches apps, certainly have no reason to complain about the increased security and speed improvements when logging onto an online affiliate such as  to find additional sources of new online entertainment.

In future apps possessing the capacity to report your physical whereabouts will require specific permission from the user to continue providing marketers, social media platforms, and others with such potentially sensitive information. This is great news for people who wish to retain some form of privacy about their physical movements.

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