Apple today has officially trademarked its new icons trademarks for Covering the Noise App, SwiftUI, RealityKit and Reality Composer apps on an iPhone. These patents could mean a new change is coming to the specified apps in regards to its functionality and icons. Additionally, Apple filed for the macOS Catalina trademark.

The story has continued. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has recently issued Apple a patent number 10259616 “Computer software; computer software for measuring, tracking, and reporting ambient noise.”

Currently, using an application has become fundamental; from browsing social networks to communicating, conducting banking transactions or simply looking for mobility options.

In the framework of the Worldwide Developers Conference 2019, Apple spoke about Swift UI, the new platform that aims to close the programming gap; that is, this service saves many lines of code to the developers to make their work easier.

In this way, programmers with little knowledge of computer science will be able to begin to create applications for the ecosystem of Apple dragging elements instead of writing them.

However, it will be possible to see how the code is added so that the developers learn to use it. SwiftUI provides views, controls, and design structures to declare the user interface of your application. The developers will have at hand different tools such as texts, images, lists and other elements to customize the design.

According to the company, SwiftUI is integrated with Xcode’s development experience. In addition, the preview of each application can run directly on connected Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple Watch and Apple TV.

Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, mentioned the following at WWDC2019: “SwiftUI is available on all of our platforms and provides links to all native controls so that your experiences can be customized.”