Less than a month after their officialization during WWDC 2016 which was held in San Francisco, Apple decided this weekend to update its French site, thus lifting the veil on the versions of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 in the language of Molière. Coming just a few days after those of watchOS 3 and tvOS 10, the presentations return to the main new features brought to the two OS, compared to previous versions illustrated with animations of the most beautiful effect.
On the side of iOS 10, the Californian firm explains in all angles the new features on board by the most advanced and successful version of its mobile operating system, in particular within the Messages application, which has been thoroughly reviewed in roof. It now includes manual entry, display of the image during the sharing of a link, or animations and personalization of photos. Apple is also taking advantage of the launch of the French iOS 10 portal to highlight the contributions implemented in Siri, the new Maps application, now capable of recording the exact position of your vehicle on its map, but also the multiple possibilities brought by HomeKit within the Home application.
This is not all, since still within this French presentation of iOS 10, the firm returns to the new interface of Apple Music, the lock screen, but also widgets, now more “smart”. In addition, the new 3D Touch shortcuts are discussed, alongside Apple Pay in Safari, and multilingual keyboard management. You can find out more on the official iOS 10 page in French.
Regarding macOS Sierra, Apple highlights the arrival of its personal virtual assistant Siri in its computers, but that’s not all. Indeed, the application recalls the contributions implemented within the Photos and iTunes applications, but also Apple Pay from Safari, unlocking the Mac without a password thanks to the Apple Watch, and finally optimized storage, the universal clipboard and more. All the improvements made to the Mac operating system can be viewed from the French version of the Apple website, in the section dedicated to macOS Sierra.