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Tuesday, June 5, 2018  12:40 PM PST
Why the announcements Apple didn't make at WWDC might be more important than the ones they did
Now that the WWDC 2018 keynote has come and gone, we'll be spending the next several weeks breaking it all down. Apple had a lot to say over the course of its two-hour-plus keynote, but there were several apps, features, and products that were conspicuously absent from the main stage.

Unlike prior years in which Apple execs spent gobs of time talking up features to death, there was a notable lack of filler during yesterday's keynote. Apple had a lot to say about its four main OSes - so much so, in fact, that some of iOS 12's most interesting features didn't even make the cut. But even beyond longer Animoji messages and AutoFill passwords, there were a few missing announcements that point to something big on the horizon (and I'm not even talking about MacBooks).

Apple's announcements are certainly important to iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs new and old, but the things it didn't announce could make an even bigger impact. Here are some of the things Apple didn't talk about during the WWDC keynote and what that means for the rest of the year:

Read more at source: MacWorld

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