WWDC 2015

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WWDC 2015 – Apple’s next World Wide Developer Conference takes place at Moscone Center West in San Franciso starting June 8th.

Apple will unveil iOS 9, the highly anticipated next major update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, along with OS X 10.11, the next major release for Macs during the WWDC Keynote.

The Keynote will take place at 10 am PT or 1pm ET. Apple will live streaming the event. We will also be live-blogging, and bringing comprehensive coverage of the event, so don’t forget to join us on June 8th.

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Apple Details WWDC 2017 Scholarships

Apple Details WWDC 2017 Scholarships

Apple announced the event dates for the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference in February, and now it’s detailing scholarship details.

Searchable WWDC 2016 Video Transcripts Are Now Available

Searchable WWDC 2016 Video Transcripts Are Now Available

Apple tends to stream its Worldwide Developers Conference speeches live, but after the event’s over the videos are made available at a later date.

iOS 10 Hands-on: All The New Ways To 3D Touch

iOS 10 Hands-on: All The New Ways To 3D Touch

In our wishlist for iOS 10, 3D Touch overhaul was high up there. And we did get something like that. 3D Touch shows better content then it used to in iOS 9, and it works at lot more places. But it this all new stuff enough? Will it be enough for 3D Touch to finally break into the mainstream and be something all iPhone users use every day? Read on to find out.

iOS 10: How iMessage Apps Will Work

iOS 10: How iMessage Apps Will Work

One of the most exciting parts of iOS 10 is how open default apps and services are going to be. And one of the most prominent new places developers will be able to engage their users is going to be iMessage conversations. iOS 10, with iMessage apps and iMessage App Store is still 3 months away.

Are We One Step Closer to a Customizable iOS Control Center?

Are We One Step Closer to a Customizable iOS Control Center?

It’s been a busy week for Apple, and as more people get their hands on iOS 10, it’s not quite exactly slowing down just yet.

Missed WWDC 2016 Keynote? You Can Now Watch It on YouTube

Missed WWDC 2016 Keynote? You Can Now Watch It on YouTube

Missed the opening keynote of WWDC 2016? Or just want to experience Tim Cook and other Apple executives reveal tvOS 10, watchOS 3, iOS 10, and macOS Sierra once again? Apple has uploaded the full 2-hour long keynote on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.

Top 44 iOS 10 Features for iPhone

Top 44 iOS 10 Features for iPhone

There are so many little things in iOS 10 to unpack. But I think that’s where Apple is best, refining things and making something delightful out of the mundane. Little or not, there are a lot of new features in iOS 10. So let’s get to them.

Apple’s WWDC 2016 Keynote was a Home Run

Apple’s WWDC 2016 Keynote was a Home Run

I wasn’t expecting to see a new MacBook Pro with an OLED touch bar, but it would have been pretty awesome, right?

WWDC 2016 Roundup: macOS, iOS 10, Faster Apple Watch Apps, Robust iMessages, and More

WWDC 2016 Roundup: macOS, iOS 10, Faster Apple Watch Apps, Robust iMessages, and More

June 13 was the start of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and Apple knocked the keynote out of the park.

iOS 10 Will Let Users Remove Built-In Apps from the Home screen

iOS 10 Will Let Users Remove Built-In Apps from the Home screen

While Apple hasn’t had as big a problem with pre-installed, built-in apps as some competing platforms, it’s still an issue for many users.