Now earlier today, we reported that Tim Cook while speaking at the All Things D conference, revealed his plans to double down on Apple’s product secrecy. Not just that, but it also appears that Tim Cook has plans at a possible Facebook integration with iOS devices along with some improvements made to Siri. When asked about Facebook, Tim Cook was quoted as saying:


“For us, we want to provide customers simple and elegant ways to do the things they want to do. Facebook has hundreds of millions of customers. So, anyone that has an iPhone or iPad, we want them to have the best experience with Facebook on those platforms. So stay tuned.”

iOS users are probably aware of this by now, but iOS currently supports the integration of Twitter as opposed to Facebook, but it looks like that could be changing in the future. We’re not sure what sort of integration we could be looking at, but perhaps there is a chance that it could be announced at WWDC. When asked about Siri, Apple’s voice assistant feature, Cook said:

“But, there’s more that it can do. We have a lot of people working on this. You’ll be really pleased with the things you’ll see over the coming months. The breadth that you’re talking about — we’ve got some cool ideas about what Siri can do. We have a lot going on on this.”

Once again while vague, he did give us some insight as to the sort of work that Apple is currently doing. There is a chance that these features, updates and improvements could be announced at WWDC which will be taking place next month, so stay tuned for the details!

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