On the 3rd day Apple didn’t have much to announce at WWDC 2016. Apple showcased some of the new updates and features and also spoke about their new Swift 3.0
The highlights of the day 3 were:
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Here are some highlight features implemented in Swift 3.0:
- Stabilize the binary interface (ABI). The Swift team is looking to create a more stable ABI allowing Swift to interact with different types of computers (at the binary level). Again, this points to Swift being ported to different computers.
- Complete generics. Swift uses generics (algorithms that are instatiated when needed) throughout its libraries, and Swift 3.0 will fully complete the implementation.
- Type system cleanup and documentation. Swift 3.