Apple's big kick off to its Worldwide Developers Conference has drawn to a close, and while our heads are still spinning, there is a lot of news to parse following one of Apple's most prolific mornings yet. Having previously used WWDC as the venue to announce new versions of iOS and OS X for release in early beta form, this is the first WWDC with the Apple Watch thrown into the mix. As a result, new features, improvements to existing ones and whole new revisions of mobile operating systems were being released at breakneck speed. It's enough to make your head spin.
iOS 8.4 and Apple Music release date is now official. Available on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, it will be downloadable come June 30.
Apple's iOS 9, announced at WWDC 2015, is carrying some very special multitasking features for the iPad lineup. Here are the details.
iOS 9 beta compatibility. Here’s a list of iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices that are compatible with - and support - iOS 9 beta.
watchOS 2 beta 1 for Apple Watch is now available to download. Here are all the details you need to know to get started.
OS X 10.11 El Capitan Developer beta 1 download is now available. If your'e a registered developer on the Apple Developer Program then here's how you can get your hands on Cupertino's latest desktop OS.
Apple Music streaming service has been officially announced. Complete set of features and details on how it works can be found right here.
watchOS 2 for Apple Watch announced. New features, release date and everything you need to know can be found here.
Mac OS X El Capitan has been announced. Features, release date and every other detail about Apple's newest release is detailed below.
Apple’s WWDC 2015 is now under way! CEO Tim Cook is on the stage right now. He has started first by talking about brief history of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, including some stats about attendees present at this year's WWDC 15. This is a departure from usual stats and figures about the company and its products' performance from past year that Apple CEOs have been known to give over the years.