Apple will introduce SiriOS at WWDC 2020

The investment company Mangrove published a report in which it suggested that the Cupertino company Apple may already

at the upcoming WWDC to present a new operating roomsystem for smart gadgets SiriOS. Why did Mangrove even mention this system? Because her report is devoted largely to voice technologies. The authors of the document analyze the current state of the industry and try to predict how it will develop in the future, what leading companies will do, what technologies they already have, and what developments await us in the next few years.

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Voice technology in recent years is verythey are developing rapidly, and experts assume that in the coming years, users will increasingly prefer to control their gadgets and smart devices not by hand, but by voice commands. This is due to the fact that the use of voice, especially in natural dialogue, is more natural, it is much more convenient, faster and more efficient. There was a written set, then the keyboard came to replace the pen and the pen, now comes the time for the voice (and only then the control of the power of thought). Today, leading companies have already acquired their own voice technologies, and, for example, Amazon has been very successful in this. Go this way Apple, then the growth in business performance will not take long.

Based on this data, Mangrove assumes thatSiriOS, if not already appeared, it will appear next year for sure. True, this is only an assumption, and there are no official announcements from the Cupertino side to release a platform for their voice assistant Siri. By the way, the latter is somewhat behind its competitors from Amazon and Google, and its own platform for Siri will help to take the lead.

Adherents can not stand

In the meantime, there was information thatApple loyalty fans are slowly declining, and fewer and fewer people who have had previous iPhone models do not change them for new ones, but prefer to buy Android smartphones. This year, the volume of updates to new iPhones has decreased by more than 15 percent compared to last year's results. Most of all, it seems, this company wins Samsung. An analyst report shows that 26 percent of Apple users changed their iPhone X not to a new model, but to a smartphone of another brand, while only 7.7 percent of Galaxy S9 owners switched to the iPhone. The rest of the Samsung fans remained on smartphones with Android. The iPhone loyalty rate is now 73 percent, and two years ago it was 92 percent.