iOS 11 is coming with machine learning

The latest iOS launch is less than a few weeks now. Many iPhone users are restlessly waiting for Apple’s recent improvements, and the pressure is much on the developers to meet up with the hype. The most important thing these final weeks is coming down on the iOS updates that signify a basic shift in how customers interact with mobile apps. As organizations plan to make a change in the iOS market this coming September, the time is now focused on the high-bets modifications that will have the most impressive impact on consumers.

With the help of latest machine learning abilities around location, visuals, language, and gaming incorporated into the iOS 11 platform, while AI-driven apps are in the outlook. Apple depends on developers to offer iOS advancement to the next stage and users depend on these changes when they update their iPhones.

With the possibility of an increase in mobile apps, quality expectations will go up along with it. Due to this, the way developers identify success is growing, and teams will have new challenges to clear before crossing the finish line.

New requirements for achievement

With iOS 11’s new machine learning abilities, developers are placed in tactical positions to deliver appropriate and impact user experience. As usual, large rewards come when you take big risks.
Intelligent language potential is one of latest iOS 11’s. When you type in an unusual language, it will quickly bring a suggestion to update the language settings within the app or all through the UI entirely. If the process is faulty, the app could change a proposed convenience into a frustration.

Also, iOS apps will be well equipped with location tracking to provide personalized recommendation and relevant search results. This involves some risks too if you are looking for the closest bank, and the app fails to identify your location the effort to personalize the customer experience will be let down.

To make the situation more complicated, AI impacts the iPhone camera. Apple's recent SmartCam feature will adjust camera settings automatically based on the present location. If you are photographing a snowstorm, beach day or a campfire the camera will be ready to capture every scene in your front. However, Apple has incorporated a barcode scanner inside the camera as well, this permit users to point their phone at an object to obtain additional information on where it came from and its function. Targeting the camera at avocado in the grocery store can quickly pull up some nutrition facts and information about the distance covered before hitting the shelves. The new capability also comes with added doubt, if the objects will be recognized correctly and if the data shared will provide real value to the user.

To ensure an enormous impact on the gaming world, Apple’s latest GameplayKit API allows developers to make use of machine learning skills to make iOS games more complicated. Instead, a linear progression through stages 1, 2, 3, etc. make the game more advanced based on the player’s unique skill level including a personal twist to favorite smartphone games. This will undoubtedly make the crowd happy if the developers can pull it off, but it can strike a chord with gamers if the system goes wrong.

Getting to the finish line

The different between developers and delivering game-changing iOS apps depend on testing. Quickly taking benefits of these highly predictable capabilities means security and performance tests must be addressed as soon as possible. To reduce pressure, Apple requires developers to make use of the Apple API for user reviews; this will limit the number of rating requests to one. In the past few years, apps had free rein to request for feedback on a constant basis, and this limit makes it more critical for that lone user rating to be five stars.

Eventually, accessing that glowing app store review involves testing every new feature all through the development cycle, environments, across phones and tablets. Also, it requires a test lab equipped with the right devices that have shifted since iOS 10. Based on my June column, the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone 8 and iPad Pro 10.5 will take over the iPhone 5C, iPad Mini and iPhone 5 off the list of iOS 11-supported devices. Getting to the top of these devices changes is an important step to bring both quality and efficiency to the development process.

Fortunately, most of the new iOS 11 abilities are in beta and available for developers. Testing the entire step and getting hold of the developer preview will authenticate every new app to make a lasting impact. It will also help consumers to check value the moment iOS 11 strikes the market.

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