iOS 13 will let apps like Lightroom access photos directly from external storage, report claims

Through iOS 13, Apple reports that third-party apps can import photos directly from external storage. 9to5Mac In fact, it will be one of the core frustrations for iOS on iPad Pro, where you have to import images into the camera roll of your system before importing them into apps like Lightroom CC. Apple has previously announced the Siri Shortcut to automate the process, but this new feature is no longer required for the USB-C tablet, which is aimed at professionals.

Apple will announce improvements to its Marzipan applications Siri and ARKit. Realistic developer kit. The first iOS and macOS changes reported by 9to5Mac were written by Guilherme Rambo with the help of Steve Troughton-Smith.

  • Marzipan will support more of the Mac-specific features of iOS developers such as the Mac Bar, Touch Bar and Menu Bar in their applications. UIKit applications can open multiple windows and improve sizing support for split view applications.
  • Siri has access to the new "Intents" host, a voice command that can be integrated with third-party applications. 9to5Mac includes media playback, search, and voice calls in the new Intents.
  • ARKit's improved augmented reality app can detect a person's pose and benefit from a new companion app for developers to create a visual AR experience. Controller and headset support for the AR is extended with a touch controller and a stereo headset, respectively.
  • Other enhancements include more control over the iPhone's haptic engine, extensive NFC tag support, and the device itself, rather than having the developer pre-train the machine learning model.

All these new features will be announced at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in June, where iOS 13, tvOS 13, macOS 10.15 and watchOS 6 We will release it.

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