Join Mic, Jake, and Greg as they look back at what Apple announced for iOS at WWDC ’16, before honing in on SiriKit and notifications. After that, the team shift focus to watchOS 3, and discuss whether the enhancements to the platform will see developers and users returning to their watches.
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- Keynote – WWDC ’16
- Platforms State of the Union – WWDC ’16
- What’s New in Cocoa Touch – WWDC ’16
- Introducing SiriKit – WWDC ’16
- Extending Your Apps with SiriKit – WWDC ’16
- Jake Behrens’ tweet regarding extending SiriKit to more domains
- Introduction to Notifications – WWDC ’16
- Advanced Notifications – WWDC ’16
- What’s New in watchOS 3 – WWDC ’16
- Architecting for Performance on watchOS 3 – WWDC ’16
- Keeping Your Watch App Up to Date – WWDC ’16
- Quick Interaction Techniques for watchOS – WWDC ’16
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