Improving every Apple platformImage by AppleIt was a jam-packed WWDC, and thankfully Apple gave us much-needed fixes to some of the most frustrating problems in all its major platforms.What were some of your personal headaches that Apple cured with the annnouncement of iOS 10, macOS, watchOS 3, and tvOS?iOS 10: Real reasons to use 3D TouchImage by AppleWhen 3D Touch was first introduced last year with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, it seemed more of a novelty than a real feature. With iOS 10, however, you can use 3D Touch in new, useful ways, from creating widgets by deep-pressing on app icons to interacting with dynamic notifications from the Lock Screen.iOS 10: Bye, bye native appsImage by AppleSay goodbye to that folder titled "Apple Crap." In iOS 10, Apple if finally \u2013 finally! \u2013 giving us the option to \nremove native apps from the Home screen. These removable native apps include Stocks, Compass, and even more integral Apple software like Mail and Maps.\u00a0Phil Schiller\u00a0and Craig Federighi \nclarified that removing a native app from the Home screen doesn't actually delete the software from iOS, simply hides the link to it, which can be "reinstalled" from the App Store.\u00a0iOS 10: Live Photos stabilizationImage by AppleIt was barely mentioned at WWDC, but the Live Photos feature is getting updated in iOS 10, too. Apple has added Live Photos stabilization that will make your moving images \u201cbuttery smooth.\u201d That way, we won\u2019t need to install \nGoogle\u2019s Motion Stills app.macOS: Auto Unlock with Apple WatchImage by AppleWith macOS, your Mac will be able to detect your Apple Watch and unlock automatically. That\u2019s right, no passwords required because the Apple Watch already serves as an authenticated device. All you have to do is wear it.macOS: Apple Pay on the webImage by AppleThis feature is technically for both macOS and iOS.Apple Pay has expanded to the web, more specifically to Safari. Now everytime you checkout by clicking the "Buy with Apple Pay" button on the Safari browser, you will be prompted to authenticate your transaction using Touch ID on your iPhone. No more having to go fetch your credit card or type in your information.macOS: Picture-in-Picture for more productive video-watchingImage by AppleOne of our favorite features of iOS 9 for iPads is coming to the Mac thanks to the new macOS. Picture-in-Picture lets you watch a video while using other apps. The resizeable, positionable window floats above whatever else you\u2019re doing\u2014perfect for watching the WWDC keynote and live-blogging at the same time.\u00a0watchOS: Apps launch 7x fasterApple Watch\u2019s biggest software update, \nwatchOS 3, brings a faster experience for using apps on Apple\u2019s smartwatch. By keeping your favorite apps in memory on a new Dock, you can launch them a lot faster\u2014seven times faster, according to Apple. No more waiting for that spinning wheel to refresh the app\u2019s real-time content.watchOS: Activity sharing to compete with your friendsImage by AppleBefore watchOS 3, Apple Watch owners who wanted to brag about completing their Activity rings had to do so by sharing screenshots of their progress. Now, you can share your Activity rings with friends and keep each other in check about being active and working out.tvOS: New Remote app for iOSImage by AppleFinally your iPhone can stand in for every function of the fourth-generation Apple TV\u2019s Siri Remote\u2014Apple\u2019s upcoming Remote update can even be used to play games, thanks to your iPhone\u2019s accelerometer and gyroscope. The biggest perk about having an iOS app as a Remote is that we\u2019ll be able to use the iPhone\u2019s microphone or its keyboard to enter login information and search queries.tvOS: Single Sign-On for all your channel appsImage by AppleThe new tvOS will actually get rid of having to authenticate your TV plan every time you install a new channel app. Now, you will only have to sign-on to your TV provider once. This Single Sign-On feature will even show you all the channel apps that you have access to according to your TV plan.