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Reflections on the iPad Pro after WWDC

As an avid iPad Pro user, Dr. Brooks focuses on the user community’s response to iPadOS 15 and iPad Pro in the wake of WWDC.

WWDC21 Shows How Apple is Building the Metaverse

I’m not sure who the author is behind Codevoid but they nicely pieced together Apple’s continuing work with AR and the metaverse. I had similar thoughts when I watched WWDC21 and I like the way this article connects the dots.

The AR metaverse aren’t about immersive, focused interactions. Ephemerality will underpin the experiences. Those experiences need to provide you with contextual information when & where you need it — either ambiently as you move about the world, or as part of a more intentional ‘tell me more’ interaction.

John on WWDC – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-21

John Martellaro joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss his assessment of WWDC, and some of the notable features coming to Apple hardware.

Apple's WWDC21 Privacy Announcements in 10 Minutes

Listen along as we discuss all of Apple’s Privacy Announcements from WWDC21 in this mini segment from Mac Geek Gab 875. Mail Privacy, Which Browsers work with iCloud+, and more

Thursdays with Bob: Gifts and WWDC Summary – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-17

It’s Thursday, so Bob “Dr Mac” LeVitus joins Kelly to discuss his gift ideas (being Dads/Grads season), and a quick summary of what stood out at WWDC.

What Struck Dr. Mac at WWDC 2021...

Another year, another Apple Worldwide Developer Conference…and, as usual, Dr. Mac has opinions on a couple of things that stuck out for him…

WWDC Developer Spotlight: Jay Miller – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-11

Today Kelly chats with Jay Miller about the announcements out of WWDC and envisions a world where Apple has some competition.

WWDC 2021 Day Four Recap - Time For a Meditation Break

WWDC 2021 continued with a packed day four. Serenity Caldwell reflects on it all, including sessions on extracting document data via the Vision Framework and meditation. The Apple Design Awards finalists and winners were announced too.

WWDC21 Apple Design Awards Winners and Finalists Include CARROT Weather, Bird Alone, 1Password, and Little Orpheus

Each year at WWDC, Apple’s Design Awards celebrate the apps which have surprised, delighted, wowed, and otherwise impressed Apple’s internal panel of judges. This year there were six finalists in each of six categories (with a bit of overlap). Of those six finalists, two winners per category were crowned, one for Apps, and one for Games. Links to all of the winners and finalists are presented for you here!

WWDC Developer Spotlight: James Thomson and Daniel Jilg – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-10

Today Kelly talks to James Thomson of PCalc (and “About” screen fame) and Daniel Jilg of App Telemetry about what they’ve seen at WWDC.

WWDC 2021 Day Three Recap

Day three of WWDC 2021 has been and gone, and Serenity Caldwell provided an update on what happened. There were sessions on bringing real-world objects into augmented reality, designing Shortcuts and actions for apps, and UI design. Apple engineers and designers shared how the built Apple Watch around accessibility too. Also, please enjoy the Mac startup sound at the beginning of the clip!


WWDC Interviews: Binary Formations and Apparent Software – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-09

Today “live from” WWDC, Kelly interviews Kevin and Diane Hamilton of Binary Formations, and Jacob Gorban of Apparent Software.

Craig Federighi Talks About WWDC 2021 Privacy Features

Apple announced a swathe of new privacy features for its operating systems, and Apple VP Craig Federighi spoke about the new changes.

WWDC 2021 Day Two Recap: Sounds, ShazamKit, and Space

Day two of WWDC 2021 included the unveiling of ShazamKit and audio recognition features, a journey into space, and a workshop on designing inclusive apps. Serenity Caldwell provided the recap in a new video, and look ahead to day three, which will include further discussion on new Apple Watch accessibility features.

WWDC: Developer State of the Union Recap – TMO Daily Observations 2021-06-08

Dave Hamilton and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the WWDC Developer State of the Union, including some possible improvements.

WWDC 2021: Apple Will (Share)Play Nicely With Others — Media+

There was almost no mention of Apple’s media offering during the WWDC 2021 keynote – less, even, than in the years when Apple was not in the media and content space. Kelly Guimont joins host Charlotte Henry to discuss this and things that were announced, such as SharePlay.

WWDC 2021 Day One Recap

Every day this week Apple is posting an update from WWDC 2021. The first, presented by Serenity Caldwell, focuses on the keynote and the previews of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, as well as the new APIs and other features. There was a lot to take in, so it serves as a nice reminder.

Dave Mark Joins for WWDC21 Day 1 Reactions — Mac Geek Gab 875

Guest Dave Mark joins John and Dave today to discuss, react, digest, and help explain the new things Apple announced at WWDC21’s Keynote and State of the Union this year. Listen as your two three favorite Apple geeks have a gab for the ages!

Rewatch the WWDC 2021 Keynote

There was a lot to take in at the WWDC 2021 keynote, which lasts almost two hours. iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey were all previewed, amongst other things. The whole thing is available to rewatch via YouTube and the Apple Events page.

WWDC 2021: watchOS 8 Gets Updated Keys, Breathe and Fitness+ Workouts

watchOS 8, previewed at WWDC 20201, will include greater access with Wallet, new workout types in Fitness+, and an updated Breathe app.