In this week’s episode of The BGR Show podcast, WWDC is on our mind with the huge announcements of iOS 9, OS X 10.11, watchOS 2, and Apple Music. Also Zach finally admits that Jonathan is right about everything. It’s glorious.
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Apple opened its WWDC 2015 keynote with a strange, hilarious “backstage” video that showed off the purported “opening number that never made it” to the developer conference, and on Thursday it posted the entire video on YouTube.
Although Apple talked about a large number of new functionalities coming to the Apple Watch with the watchOS 2 software this fall, it failed to mention one that’s crucial to Watch owners: Anti-theft protection.
Apple revealed several great new features with iOS 9, but as ever there’s something for users to gripe about. In particular, there were many glaring issues with iOS that still won’t be fixed with the release of iOS 9. We’ve listed all the big ones below.
Apple on Monday unveiled iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, WatchOS 2 and Apple Music during a lengthy WWDC 2015 keynote. As long as the keynote was, however, the company wasn’t able to introduce and demo tons of new features for each operating system, including iOS 9, leaving many of them to be discovered by developers. …
During the WWDC 2015 keynote on Monday, Apple unveiled its long-awaited music streaming service, Apple Music. It wasn’t much of a surprise after weeks worth of leaks spoiled most of the service’s features, but it was still exciting to see the original king of digital music enter the latest (and most competitive) arena.
Ok Apple fans, take a deep breath. Now take another one. Apple’s huge WWDC 2015 keynote is over and done with, and you can finally take a moment to gather yourself and collect your thoughts. There were plenty of rumors heading into this year’s event and as always, they nailed just about everything Apple announced on …
Apple took the wraps off of its hotly anticipated new iOS 9 software on Monday, and iOS device users around the world are salivating in anticipation of the new software’s release this coming fall alongside the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Of course, anyone with a developer account will be able to start …
Just as Apple promised during its big WWDC 2015 keynote today, the first beta version of iOS 9 has been released. iOS 9 is packed full of new features and functionality, and many of the additions from iOS 8 have been further refined in an effort to make the world’s smoothest mobile platform even smoother. …
Apple on Monday kicked off its yearly WWDC 2015 with several new announcements on the software side, including the one update that Apple Watch fans have been waiting for: native apps to your wrist.