Apple held its annual developer conference, WWDC, as a purely online event this year. To kick off a week of developer access and platform announcements, Apple highlighted upcoming features of iOS 14. iOS 14 is the latest version of the platform driving iPhones and when the OS is released this fall. Apple is changing the interface dramatically with deeper widget support, the ability for users to arrange, sort and hide applications and with the ability to interact with apps that have not been downloaded on the device.
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Gerrit Schneemann has amassed significant experience in the global mobile handset market, covering the space for over a decade. In his current role, he is a regular contributor to reports and databases, providing insightful perspective on the current forces and anticipated technologies of consequence at work in the smartphone space.
Gerrit examines the smartphone market from a consumer’s perspective while monitoring developments in the wireless carrier space, keeping track of the applications and services that impact smartphone usage and trends. For his expertise, Gerrit is regularly quoted in print and online publications. Prior to his coverage of the smartphone market, Gerrit specialized in the portable navigation device and location-based technologies and services space for the consumer market. Gerrit has an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and a Master of Science degree in predictive analytics from Northwestern University.
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