Apple gave iOS 11 for the iPad some special love during the 2017 Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on Monday that makes the tablet more like a Mac with drag-and-drop support, a Dock, and touch-based app switcher.
Users will be able to drag and drop files between apps, and it will support iCloud Drive as well as third party cloud storage services. [Updated with additional information about other devices.]
Apple is revamping the iPhone and iPad App Store to improve discoverability, and we got our first look during the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2017 keynote on Monday.
Apple’s promised iMac Pro made an appearance at WWDC 2017, and it’s packed with so many crazy powerful specs that the company is calling it the most powerful computer it has ever made.
SAN JOSE – Apple announced iOS 11 during its World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote on Monday. Improvements include significant enhancements to Siri, Mail, the Photos app, and Control Center. Apple is also building in under-the-hood improvements to how photos are taken and stored. Other improvements include Lock Screen and more. This is a living document until we complete it after the keynote.
Apple used its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote event to show off new iMac models with Intel Kaby Lake processors and up to 64 GB RAM.
SAN JOSE – Apple announced macOS High Sierra during Monday’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote. The new operating system brings Apple File System, significant improvements to Mail and Photos, and Metal 2. Apple will also be building in support for VR engines. We’ll update this article with more details after the keynote.
Apple is making Siri more front and center in watchOS 4 with a new Siri watch face that automatically displays the information that’s most important to you.
You’ll be able to watch your favorite shows and movies from Amazon on your set-top box.
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The Mac Observer is on location at the McEnery Convention Center for this morning’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote event. The keynote starts at 20 AM pacific time. You can follow along with our as-it-happens coverage, and then stick around for more news from the event, analysis, and reactions on TMO’s Daily Observations and Apple Context Machine podcasts.
For your pre-WWDC entertainment, I present to you Naked Scanner, by Simon Pierro. You might remember him as the magician who specializes in doing amazing magic tricks with an iPad. He ventured into the realm of candid camera trickery Monday with the help of well-rehearsed models in a gag he called Naked Scanner. It’s likely obvious how the trick was done, but the reactions of the passers by is definitely worth a smile. He talks about the trick in a blog post, including a test-video from the development phase. And don’t fret, all the bits deemed naughty are blurred.
It’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote day, and that means big announcements are on the way. Developers attending the event started lining up early this morning so they wouldn’t miss out and the line to get in quickly grew to take over the block in front of the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. MacVoices host Chuck Joiner snapped this pic showing how long the line was around 7 AM pacific time. The keynote starts at 10 AM and TMO is on location to fill you in on all of today’s surprises.
File management may be coming to the iPhone and iPad thanks to the just leaked Files app for iOS 11.
Get ready for new product announcements at WWDC because Apple’s online store is down.
iMazing has always been that piece of software that takes over where iTunes stops in terms of managing your iPhone and iPad. iMazing Mini takes this to a whole new level.
We have deal on a 3-pack of 10-foot MFi-certified Lightning cables. This has been one of our more popular deals, and it’s now $16.99.
Ever have problems with iCloud syncing? Haha, of course you have. Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun, your two favorite geeks, have, too, so they help a few of you with your iCloud syncing problems and, in the process, dig into all the things they’ve learned about solving this problem over the years. But you know the rule: one must always learn at least four new things each and every episode, so there’s a lot more than this, folks. Download, listen, and enjoy!
Reddit has exploded with this information, which includes details about iPhone X, MacBooks, and Apple’s unannounced AR glasses.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Disney’s Bob Iger, are just three top executives who have condemned the decision.