June 13 was the start of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and Apple knocked the keynote out of the park.
One major announcement at this year’s WWDC is the introduction of a brand new app for the iPad, aiming to help kids learn how to code
Leading up to June 13, rumor had it that Apple planned on changing the name of its desktop operating system, from OS X to something a bit more in line with the branding of its other platforms.
At the opening keynote of WWDC 2016, Apple unveiled watch OS 3. The next version of watchOS focuses heavily on improving the performance of the OS and the applications. Some of the techniques used by Apple to improve performance include keeping most frequently used apps in the memory, allowing applications to refresh in the background, and more.
Apple hasn’t had the easiest of times launching physical retail stores in India, but it looks like some headway may be getting made.
Apple is apparently beefing up the security for WWDC 2016 by installing metal detectors at the entrance. The move comes just a day after the worst shooting on the US soil saw at least 50 people being shot dead in a bar in Orlando.
Apple is among the very few tech companies in the world that has been trying to move to clean energy for all its factories and offices. Apple proudly mentions on its website that clean energy contributes about 93 percent of its energy usage worldwide. In fact, the company is now generating so much clean energy that it has created a subsidiary to sell all that excess energy.