Apple’s 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference was certainly a whirlwind of new features, software improvements and products. From the a new iMac Pro powerful enough to blow holes in the moon, to the highly anticipated and previously secretive HomePod Siri speaker, Apple managed to pack an entire plethora of updates into a keynote just a couple of hours long. But despite all of the updates, there were still a handful of features and improvements we were looking forward to that we ultimately didn’t get. Here are seven of what we think were the biggest disappointments from WWDC ‘17.
7. Lack of tvOS Updates
Those who watched the WWDC ’17 keynote may have noticed that Apple spent nearly no time describing updates for the new version of tvOS. Sure, the addition of Amazon Prime Video is awesome, and arguably long overdue — but that one addition hardly qualifies as a full-fledged software update. Hopefully, we’ll see more features surface online as developers explore the beta as we closer to the general release in the fall.
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