In terms of what was announced, Apple’s WWDC event produced very few surprises, but the extent to which the changes were made, particularly with regards to iOS, have certainly left a lasting impression on the technology world. If you missed the action last week, or simply want to relive the shenanigans, then a full replay of June 10’s keynote speech at the Moscone Center is now available to view online on YouTube.
As I'm sure you're aware, iOS 7 was officially announced by Apple yesterday at their annual WWDC event in San Francisco. There's an enormous amount riding on this operating system release, as it's their one big chance to prove themselves as the leader of the pack when it comes to mobile innovation. There's a great deal riding on iOS 7, and it's clear that this is Apple's biggest overhaul of their iOS platform for quite some time.
As per the announcement at WWDC 2013, Apple has just released its first Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks 10.9. In keeping with the nature of the past few releases, OS X 10.9 delivers a plethora of rather minor changes which, collectively, make for a pretty decent overall improvement. Details after the break!
Apple has just released the very first beta of iOS 7, allowing those signed up to the Developer Program to go ahead and test out some of the new features and alterations announced today at WWDC. As ever, this one's only available to registered Apple developers, so if you happen to be enrolled in the $99 per year agreement, please check out the details below.
For many in the industry, the Mac Pro was on its way out, finished. Indeed, Apple’s desktop computer aimed at the company’s highest-end customers had not seen an upgrade for a number of years, until now. Apple has just unveiled a radically redesigned Mac Pro that does not only look completely different, it has greatly increased hardware specs too. And as usual, we’ve got all the details right after the jump!
For the longest time, many users have been hoping for a music streaming service under Apple’s iTunes umbrella. After years of rumors and speculation, the Cupertino company has finally granted our wishes and launched iTunes Radio, a new music streaming service. We’ve got more details right after the break.
Apple has just released an updated lineup of the MacBook Air with bumped up specs, more details can be found right after the break.
For the longest time, mobile users have been keen on playing racing games on their devices, although all of these have been constrained to the device’s screen. Apple now plans to change all of that with Anki Drive, a new robotic car game shown off by Apple at this year’s WWDC.
Today, as if a reminder was ever required, is the opening morning of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, otherwise known as WWDC. If you're reading this, chances are you're eagerly awaiting the revelations and announcements from Moscone West, and with the wait almost now over, here are the details of how, where and when you can watch and follow the coverage.
This year's Worldwide Developers Conference will take place from next week on June 10th, and in anticipation of the event, Apple has just rolled out its official WWDC 2013 app for iOS. As has been the case throughout the past couple of years, the app includes detailed information what is happening where, and is an essential download for anybody interested in keeping up with the coverage. Video clips and breaking news of announcements will also be rolled out much quicker than ever before, so if you don't want to miss any of the announcements, make sure you check it out after the break.