WWDC 2020: Apple redesigns Siri and supports it with more features.

Significant improvements to Siri voice assistant with iOS 14 at the Apple Developers Conference WWDC 2020.
Just started the Worldwide Developers Conference for Apple WWDC 2020 and as expected, the company began to unveil the latest versions of its operating systems and of course it shed light on its voice assistant Siri which was supported by more means to facilitate the user experience.

The first of those additions that the voice assistant got with the next iOS 14 version is the new redesign of the assistant's interface via a colored ball that was caused by a magic crystal appearing below the interface at startup and giving orders unlike what we used to see in the previous version of iOS to occupy the entire interface On call.


The other notable addition was to output the information requested from Siri in the form of notices similar to the alerts that we obtain from other system applications or that we receive from social media applications. In addition to the above, Siri will support sending voice messages in conjunction with the use of the iMessage application.

It is worth noting that Siri received 25 billion requests during the past month, according to Yael Garten, director of data and engineering for Apple's voice assistant department. This pushed the company to increase its interest in this aspect and invest more, and for the most part we will see Voice Assistant tests on the company's other systems with some customizations that suit each of them. Significant improvements to Siri voice assistant with iOS 14 at the Apple Developers Conference WWDC 2020. Just started the Worldwide Developers Conference for Apple WWDC 2020 and as expected, the company began to unveil the latest versions of its operating systems and of course it shed light on its voice assistant Siri which was supported by more means to facilitate the user experience. The first of those additions that the voice assistant got with the next iOS 14 version is the new redesign of the assistant's interface via a colored ball that was caused by a magic crystal appearing below the interface at startup and giving orders unlike what we used to see in the previous version of iOS to occupy the entire interface On call. The other notable addition was to output the information requested from Siri in the form of notices similar to the alerts that we obtain from other system applications or that we receive from social media applications. In addition to the above, Siri will support sending voice messages in conjunction with the use of the iMessage application. It is worth noting that Siri received 25 billion requests during the past month, according to Yael Garten, director of data and engineering for Apple's voice assistant department. This pushed the company to increase its interest in this aspect and invest more, and for the most part we will see Voice Assistant tests on the company's other systems with some customizations that suit each of them.

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