Apple is giving developers access to the beta version of OS X Yosemite now, and will let the public get in on the beta action some time this summer. The company tried out the public beta program with OS X 10.9.3, and now is ready to do the same with its next major Mac OS upgrade.
Apple's Craig Federighi unveiled iCloud Drive as a new feature for OS X Yosemite during the company's Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday. The feature lets users store files on iCloud, and sync them between their Macs and Windows PCs, much like Dropbox.
During the keynote at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, Craig Federighi announced the latest version of Mac OS, verison 10.10, or Yosemite.
It isn't any secret that Apple will be showing off OS X 10.10 during its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote event Monday morning, but until now there have't been any images showing what to expect from the next version of the Mac operating system. Four photos, however, appeared -- and then were pulled -- at Reddit showing a more iOS 7-like flat look is in store for the next OS X update.
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Regardless of whether or not these leaked OS X 10.10 photos are legit, it makes sense that the Mac OS will start to look more like iOS over time.
Apple added its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote live stream channel to Apple TV Monday morning, giving everyone that can't be at the event another way to watch as it happens. The channel should appear automatically, and promises to start streaming at 10AM pacific time when the keynote begins.
Apple's 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference keynote is set to start at 10AM pacific time on Monday, June 2, and The Mac Observer will be there to cover all of the news and announcements. CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the stage to show off iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, and other big announcements about home automation and the company's move into the health and fitness tracking market may be on the schedule, too.
Apple released a new app on the App Store called WWDC designed to give the umpteem gillion developers who can't get to the conference access to sessions and other content. Registered developers will be able to stream content from this year's conference as well as previous conferences through the app.
It's been assumed Apple would host a keynote presentation to kick of its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 2, and now it's official. The event schedule is out and it shows a keynote presentation starting at 10 AM pacific time and running through noon.
Apple sent out notifications letting developers know on Monday if they can buy tickets for the 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday after wrapping up the lottery entry. Did you win, and are you going? Head on over to the TMO forums and let us know in today's poll.
Instead of a mad rush for Worldwide Developer Conference tickets this year, Apple is conducting a lottery. Apple plans to notify lottery winners today so they can buy their tickets, but to have a chance you need to register by 10 AM pacific time (1 PM eastern time) today.
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