Apple unveils big changes during Developer Conference

In trending news this morning, tech giant Apple's annual World Wide Developer Conference kicked off Monday with a slew of big announcements.

With the iOS 12 operating system, apps are expected to open 40 percent faster and the camera function will be easier to access.

The company is also launching Memoji, which will allow users to create custom, detailed avatars using the face tracking camera on the iPhone. Memoji will be similar to the current Animoji, which creates custom facial expressions on animal faces. The new Memoji's allow you to make a cartoon hybrid version of yourself that can do those same fun and unique facial expressions.

New Animojis announced are the koala, ghost, tiger, and t-rex.

Apple has also updated FaceTime, to allow you to talk with up to 32 people at once. Users can switch back and forth between a group text to group video chat.

The FaceTime screen will feature everyone's faces in small tiles. Whenever someone speaks, their tile will automatically enlarge. The FaceTime camera is also getting Animoji and sticker packs.