Top 10 WWDC 2016 features from iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 [Video + Poll]

Top WWDC 2016

We’ve done roundups on all of the new features schedule to hit Apple’s four platforms — iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10. But after seeing hundreds of features, the amount of new items can all start to blend together. With this in mind, we’ve put together a compilation of 16 top features (4 each) from each of Apple’s four platforms.

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These are some of the features that are going to be most notable for users once these updates ship later this fall. Of course, this list is slightly subjective, and you may prefer one new feature over another. Please leave a comment down below with your top features of WWDC 2016 spanning across Apple’s four platforms. Then, take a moment to vote in our poll to voice which platform you think came away from WWDC 2016 in the best shape.


  • Siri on Mac
  • Safari Picture in Picture
  • Move third party menu bar icons
  • Desktop and Documents folder live on iCloud Drive

Apple TV

  • Dark Mode on Apple TV
  • Search YouTube
  • Use HomeKit
  • Single Sign-on

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  • Apple Music redesign
  • Messages app enhancements
  • Enhanced Lock screen
  • Hide stock apps

Apple Watch

  • Dock
  • Swipe between watch faces
  • Control Center
  • Auto Unlock


Of course, if you wish to have a more granular look at all that iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 will bring to the table, then simply have a look at our full feature roundup posts listed below:

What’s your favorite new feature revealed at WWDC 2016? Which platform upgrade impressed you the most? Overall, I’d have to say that I’m most excited about the new watchOS 3 features, but I can certainly appreciated the sheer amount of new features found in iOS 10.

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