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WWDC 2014

Apple WWDC 2014 Event

This simple analogy perfectly explains why WWDC was a huge hit for Apple this year

June 11th, 2014

Apple’s WWDC 2014 was a great success for the company, which not only unveiled the next versions of its operating systems, but also some very cool features that further intertwine iOS and OS X. But more importantly, Apple made a clear and critical improvements to one key aspect of its business: the app ecosystems surrounding its mobile and desktop …

Best iOS 8 Features Extensions

This key iOS 8 feature will change how you use your iPhone

June 9th, 2014

Apple announced many exciting new features for iOS and OS X last week at its annual World Wide Developers Conference, but the feature that will do the most to change how we use iOS is called Extensions. As the name suggests, extensions allow apps to extend their functionality to other apps. But Apple being Apple, …

Apple iOS Maps

Apple accidentally revealed that transit directions are coming to iOS

June 9th, 2014

One of the most sought-after features for iOS 8 was transit directions in the Maps app, a feature Apple removed when it switched from Google Maps to its own home-grown mapping solution. But last Monday, Apple did not announce transit directions during its annual World Wide Developers Conference. However, it turns out that Apple may have accidentally leaked …

Apple WWDC 2014 Developers

Apple’s secret MVPs get showered with gifts

June 4th, 2014

There were times when WWDC this year seemed like one of Steve Ballmer’s most infamous rants — it was all about “Developers, developers, developers, developers.” While anyone who was hoping for a big new product reveal came away from WWDC disappointed this year, you could nonetheless hear the excited squeals from developers at the conference …

New iOS 8 Features

20 cool iOS 8 features that Apple barely even mentioned at WWDC 2014

June 2nd, 2014

Just like with previous iOS versions before it, Apple was able to demo only some of the main features of its upcoming iOS 8 update during this year’s WWDC keynote, but buried inside iOS 8 there will be plenty of other cool features Apple did not mention during the event. However, Apple listed some of …

WWDC 2014 Archived Video

You can rewatch the WWDC 2014 keynote now on Apple’s website

June 2nd, 2014

Just in case you missed any of the huge OS X Yosemite or iOS 8 reveals during the keynote at WWDC 2014 on Monday, Apple has you covered. A streaming video of the event is now available on Apple’s website, with downloads soon to follow. Remember, you’ll need to access the site via Safari on a Mac …

OS X Yosemite Beta Download Release Date

OS X Yosemite Beta registrations open to first 1 million applicants

June 2nd, 2014

Unlike iOS 8 beta, which is now available only to iOS users that have a developer account or access to one, Apple’s OS X Yosemite will be available in beta to regular Mac users. Apple has updated its website with information about its upcoming OS X version, and it’s currently taking registrations for the OS …

iOS 8 Compatible Devices

Here’s what device you need to run iOS 8

June 2nd, 2014

Apple on Monday unveiled iOS 8, its next major mobile operating system, which will bring several important features, including new notifications, widgets support, a smarter keyboard and support for third-party keyboards, Touch ID support for third-party apps, but also new health-related features.

WWDC 2014 Keynote

Apple announces HomeKit to enter the smart home market

June 2nd, 2014

What, you thought the action would be over by now? Fat chance… Apple’s big WWDC 2014 keynote is somehow still going strong and the company just announced HomeKit. The new HomeKit tools for developers that lets developers create sophisticated iOS apps that integrate with and control various leading connected home devices. The solution is not …