Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote was filled with announcements so Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about what they saw as the standouts from the event.
Apple’s WWDC 2017 Keynote video is already available to be streamed. This is the best WWDC keynote in years.
A revamped Control Center, a new app, and new Settings are just the tip of the iceberg.
It’s a full sized Apple keyboard with a numeric keypad that lasts a full month on a single battery charge.
Apple’s WWDC keynote address was one that we hoped for, dreamed about but never thought would actually happen.
SAN JOSE – Apple’s new iPad Pro models have a new Pro Motion retina display and are powered by a 6-core A10X Fusion processor with a 12-core GPU.
Apple released new iPad Pro models today at WWDC. It has a lot of great features, and to show it off there’s a new iPad Pro 10.5-inch commercial on YouTube. Just as big as the new iPad Pro itself are more multitasking features in iOS 11 for the device. It will have brand new drag-and-drop functionality, a Mac-like dock, and improvements to Apple’s Notes app. Watch the video below to see the cool stuff. Check it out
Apple showed a fun video called APPOCALYPSE during Monday’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote. It takes an absurdist look at what would happen if Apple’s App Store servers went down. It’s fun and funny, and it paid homage to developers with the tagline, “Keep making apps. The world is depending on you.” Check it out.
The conversation will be about empowering people from all walks of life to make the world a better place.
It looks and sounds terrific, and should fill a marked void in Apple’s product offerings.
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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