With what comes out in WWDC 2021, Apple can "kill" these apps and devices
Apple has a lot of creativity on their various software platforms, but there are also many “new” features that seem to be inspired by other tools, apps, and even operating systems, making it easy to see why. developers wonder what will happen to their products when they are no longer needed because Apple has made something similar.
At WWDC 2021, Apple introduces a lot of new features and many of these features are really worrying for developers, because their products can be "killed" by Apple.
Zoom (and other video conferencing applications)
It's hard to imagine a tool as useful during a pandemic as a video calling and conferencing app (with the exception of soap and sanitizer). We've all spent countless hours on Zoom, Skype, and Google Meet working, and when it's done, many of us turn to Apple's FaceTime to chat with family at home.
With its simplicity, even the elderly can easily use FaceTime, but it is too simple to use in the company. With iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey, FaceTime is about to rival Zoom, with grace features that allow voice enhancement while eliminating background noise, and the ability to create and schedule links in advance. FaceTime calls. Most importantly, Windows and Android users can also participate in FaceTime calls through the web interface, thus no longer relying on Apple hardware.
Traveling on public transport in a city you've never been to can be a daunting challenge. Not only do you have to figure out which trains or buses to take, but you also have to know when to get off to get to your desired destination. That's why there are apps like Citymapper, which function like satellites for subways, buses and trains.
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