01 WWDC 2018大会精华 WWDC 2018 Livestream - What to Expect!


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Today we are talking WWDC 2018, which is slated for June 4th. I'll actually be there, so for official coverage, and hopefully if they announce something cool a hands-on, definitely stay peeled to the channel.

But today, we are talking what to expect and also gonna combine that with a little bit of a wish list of things that maybe aren't so concrete but I am definitely hoping for. So, number one, WWDC stands for World Wide Developers Conference, so we know typically with these, they're centered around software, so iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, we can all expect updates there.

But with those, the number one thing that I'm hoping that comes out of this is an improvement to Siri because right now, Siri's not looking too hot. Siri. . . is. . . dead.

Now, in the midst of all this, especially with Google making huge improvements to Google Assistant, making Siri look more and more inferior by the day. One thing that I forgot about is earlier this year, Apple actually grabbed Google's former Chief of Artificial Intelligence, which is a huge move so I'm hoping Apple's been keeping it quiet on the DL.

No doubt. Making some tweaks and improvements to Siri that we will hopefully see debut at WWDC.

Honestly, it would be a total waste if Apple made that kind of move with that kind of intelligence with that kind of power and not utilize it for Siri because as bad as Siri is, it's honestly what has made HomePod so unpopular. There have been rumors of a smaller HomePod coming out later this year.

I wouldn't expect that at WWDC because, honestly, none of that matters unless they fix Siri first. So hopefully with that giant move, with the Chief of AI from Google, Apple makes those moves and improves Siri because it is desperately needed.

Next up on number two are new MacBooks and MacBook Pros. Yes, please.

Now, what's cool is we should finally see some sort of uniformity as far as MacBook Airs and 12-inch MacBooks go. The MacBook Air currently, it's a little bit of a weird product.