Swift 2 has arrived, and we can already say this new car will have a big impact on how you drive your car.

That’s because Swift 2 will be based on the same platform as Swift 1, the last major update to the mobile platform.

While Swift 2 might be the first major update for Swift, it is not the first.

The platform is also a major evolution for Google’s Android platform.

The company has released a number of updates to the platform in the last year and a half.

Swift 2.0 is no exception, and the most significant update is a major overhaul of how Android apps work.

This new platform will have all the functionality and support that you’d expect from Google’s newest mobile operating system.

The Swift Platform will support new apps like Gmail, Calendar, Maps, Google Maps and much more.

The biggest change for Google is the way apps are structured.

Instead of a lot of icons and menus, developers will now have to design and implement a single app to get their applications into the mobile operating systems’ built-in store.

This will create a much simpler and easier way for developers to build apps for a wide range of devices and platforms.

Developers will also have a lot more freedom in how they create their apps, including creating apps for both Windows and OS X. That said, the platform is not perfect yet.

Swift 3, which will be the last Swift update to Android before the platform goes into beta in the coming months, will bring some major improvements to the Swift platform.

Some of these improvements include: Swift 2’s default camera is a better choice for taking pictures and videos with.

Google is hoping this will make it easier to use the app with low-light situations, such as indoors or at night.

Developers are also getting better support for audio and video calls.

Google also said that its new SDK for third-party apps will allow developers to create apps that can work on any Android device.

These improvements, along with the new Swift Platform, will be available for download in the Google Play Store for developers on September 15.

Google said it will launch a beta of the new platform to the public on September 16.

This is a significant step forward for the platform, but it will still be a ways off for the majority of apps.

For now, Google is only offering Swift 3.1 for the Pixel C and Pixel C XL phones, which are both scheduled to launch in the fall of 2018.

The Pixel C is the most expensive Android phone in the world, and Google is also the biggest player in the smartphone industry.

The phone will come with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display and 64GB of storage, but that’s about the size of your standard SD card.

Google has said that the Pixel 2 will come in at a slightly cheaper $150.

Google’s first major Android update was released in August 2016, with the release of Android Nougat, which introduced many new features.

It also added support for new third-generation processors, including Intel’s new Broadwell-E and Iris Pro-600 chipsets.

It is unclear whether the Pixel 4 will come out before the end of this year.

Google will also be releasing a number more Android updates for the Nexus line of smartphones.

These updates include a number that will be for developers that are using the platform for their own purposes.

Google wants to be able to keep the platform’s developer base happy with the platform as a whole.

Google added a number major improvements and features to the Android platform in 2015.

This includes the Pixel OS and the new Android 8.0 Oreo, which brings the Pixel’s OS to all Android devices.

There is also Google’s new Pixel Launcher, which allows users to customize their homescreen and lock screen with widgets and shortcuts.

Google announced the Nexus 6P, the second major Android release, in August.

Google plans to release several new devices in 2018, including the Nexus Q, Nexus 10 and Nexus 6.