It's Worldwide Developer Conference week, and Apple announced a lot for OS X, iOS, and Apple Watch. Jeff and Bryan have plenty to say about Apple's Proactive Assistant for Siri, Metal and OS X El Capitan, Spotlight improvements, Swift 2 going open source, and more.
One of the big features in OS X El Capitan that average Mac users might miss is Metal. John Martellaro joins Jeff Gamet to explain what Metal is, how it will improve overall performance on your Mac, and why this is a big deal for developers. They also take a look at how they're using Apple Watch after having one on their wrists for a few weeks, and talk about how Apple's smartwatch fits into their daily routines.
There's still plenty to talk about from yesterday's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote. Today John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple Music and the streaming music market, as well as the news that Apple's Swift programming language is going open source.
One of the special events that goes along with the first day of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference every year is the announcement of the Apple Design Award winners. This year's winners includes Fantastical 2, Shadowmatic, Workflow, and more.
Just in case you missed seeing Apple's 2015 Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, or want to watch it again, the video is now available on the company's website. Apple used the event to show off OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2, and Apple Music.
As if OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, and watchOS 2 weren't enough for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote event, the company also unveiled Apple Music. The company called Apple Music a revolutionary music service, a 24/7 global radio service, and a way to connect fans with artists.
Apple isn't sitting still with Apple Watch and is already showing off watchOS 2 even though its smartwatch was released less than two months ago. The next version of watchOS will include support for third-party watch face complications, improved Siri support, better Maps support, and more.
The iPad is going to get more useful when iOS 9 ships this fall because it introduces multitasking, or the ability to work with two apps at the same time. Apple also redesigned the on-screen keyboard to make it easier to t
Apple's Craig Federighi showed off iOS 9 during Monday's Worldwide Developer Conference, and it looks like the company wants to make our iPhones an even bigger part of our daily lives. It also includes changes like renaming Passbook to Wallet, and introducing the News app.
Apple's first big reveal for Worldwide Developer Conference this year was OS X El Capitan, the version of the Mac operating system to replace OS X Yosemite. The new version was shown off by Craig Federighi who said Apple focused on experience and performance.
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