The wait is finally over! iOS 8 beta 1 download links are now live on Apple’s Dev Center. Earlier today in the opening keynote at WWDC, Apple unveiled iOS 8 to the world for the first time.
There may not have been any hardware announcements, but Apple surely made up for any disappointment with the volume and quality of the software it showed off. It's been a big day in the world of iOS and OS X, so we thought it is best to have a quick rundown of what's been announced and give you a chance to relive the whole keynote by linking to the official live stream of the WWDC 2014 event. We'll be covering some of this in more depth, but if you want a quick glance at what all the fuss is about, this is where to get it.
iOS 8 beta is out, up and running on one of our iPhones, and we have wasted no time in comparing it with iOS 7.x, to give our precious readers an idea of the visual changes and features they should expect when iOS 8 final is available to everyone this fall.
Even though, with several other great announcements in the offing today, the revelation of a new keyboard is huge! And it ought not be played down how significant the introduction of QuickType is for the long-suffering army of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. Moreover, Apple has also rolled out third-party keyboard support, meaning we could soon see the likes of Swpye, SwiftKey et al joining the party on iOS.
Apple has made some major announcements relating to its software line-up today, and among them, introduced both HealthKit and HomeKit. Aside from sounding similar, they'll both serve as all-in-one hubs that, to varying degrees, will seek to enhance our lives. Here, we take a closer look.
Apple has been in the cloud computing game for quite a while now, but while iCloud has allowed iOS and OS X users to keep their devices and files in perfect sync with one another, it certainly hasn't competed, feature-wise, with some of the more versatile offerings like Dropbox. This looks set to change after today's announcement of iCloud Drive, with cloud-syncing app support that spans iOS, OS X and even offers support for Windows.
It’s live. OS 10.10 Yosemite Developer Preview 1 download links are now live. Earlier today at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple finally took the wraps off OS X 10.10, which we've now established will be called Yosemite. Naturally, the Cupertino company has followed the announcement up by releasing a Developer Preview of this new build, and below, we'll be pointing out the numerous ways in which you can get your hands on it.
Apple has finally taken the wraps off iOS 8 - its next-gen mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch - at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. And we’ve got all the details, including features, compatibility and release date right under one roof.
Apple has just kicked off its annual developers conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to the stage to announce a number of stats and updates regarding Apple’s performance over the last one year or so.
We’re just a few minutes away from Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote, and we’ve gotten our first glimpse of Apple’s next desktop operating system, rumored to be called OS X 10.10 Yosemite.