Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is not only a key education and outreach event for Apple’s army of third-party developers, it’s also become one of its main events for announcing new products. We can count on new versions of macOS, iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and sometimes Apple announces new hardware, too.

WWDC Deep Dive – Mac Geek Gab 821

· John F. Braun & Dave Hamilton · Mac Geek Gab Podcast

Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun share their thoughts and experiences with the new technologies Apple announced at WWDC this week.

Check Out The WWDC20 Playlist on Apple Music

· Andrew Orr · Product News

WWDC20 playlist artwork

The WWDC20 playlist is here on Apple Music. The opening playlist features Glass Animals, Alicia Keys, Weezer, The Killers, and others.

Apple Confirms Big Sur Will Be macOS 11

· Kelly Guimont · News

Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon Macs

There have been conflicting reports about the version number on the newly announced version of macOS, Big Sur. Apple has confirmed what it will eventually be in two different places.

Zooming the Web and Learning Your Ms — Mac Geek Gab 820

· John F. Braun & Dave Hamilton · Mac Geek Gab Podcast

It’s hours before WWDC begins, and there’s just enough time to get Mac Geek Gab into your hands ahead of the new stuff we’re all about to learn. And, with that, we can still learn at least five new things, including how to Zoom (and unzoom) the web, how to encrypt your files, why you might want to change your cable modem password, and what those three Ms mean. Buckle up, press play, and enjoy the ride with John and Dave!

Arm-Based Macs Could Help, Not Hinder, Intel

· Jeff Butts · Analysis

Arm-based Macs Could Help Intel

If Apple moves to Arm-based Macs, will it affect Intel? Some say the move will be a double-whammy, but it might actually help the chip giant.