New iPhone update blocks drivers from texting behind the wheel

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Siri gets another shot at getting it right

Created to work with an Apple Music subscription for access to over 40 million songs, "HomePod" provides deep knowledge of personal music preferences and tastes and helps users discover new music.

Google is spearheading an educational campaign to teach pre-teen children how to protect themselves from scams, predators and other trouble.

Along with new iPads comes a revamped iOS experience.

You can disable the feature on your phone by indicating you're a passenger. Highlights include a new Today view with featured app content-valuable real estate for chosen app sellers of course-as well as a dedicated Games section. But do not expect from the company to launch the slightest details of the most awaited and upcoming iPhone.

There are also new filters, and Portrait photos on the iPhone 7 Plus have been improved too. As with prior iterations of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 11 also promises new features for current iPhone models. The launching date of the new update is yet to be announced and it will be somewhere around this coming fall.

Speaking of Macs, Apple also showed off new iMac models with a host of new configurations.

The new advancement in Apple will allow users to type with one hand.

The feature, called "Do Not Disturb While Driving", senses when you're driving using either Bluetooth or WiFi doppler effect to detect how fast you are moving.

Curious about the iPhone 8?

Siri has become more natural and more intelligent, and now offers Translation into Chinese, Spanish, French, German or Italian. They could be introduced in subsequent updates, be that small updates throughout the year or even in iOS 12 next June. As, iPad users might have to wait a little longer. What's more, Apple has opened up Apple Music to developers, giving them full access to the 40 million songs in Apple's cloud catalog.

"Apple reinvented portable music with iPod and now HomePod will reinvent how we enjoy music wirelessly throughout our homes", said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.

However, this could be implemented soon. Is that so much to ask?

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