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Apple just released the second beta for iOS 8.4

Apple on Monday released its second beta for iOS 8.4, which will be the last major release for iOS 8 until Apple unveils iOS 9 at WWDC this year. As we’ve seen before, the highlight of iOS 8.4 will be the launch of a completely new music...Show More Summary

iOS 9 rumors: new features or pie in the sky?

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) is taking place in San Francisco from April 8 to April 12. At the event, Apple is expected to unveil a new version of OS X, a revamped Apple TV box, a new … Continue reading...

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro shipment estimates fluctuate, drop to 2-3 weeks ahead of WWDC

Over the past month, the Online Apple Store has seen 15-inch MacBook Pro inventory slowly drop from "in stock" to a current shipping estimate of one to two weeks, suggesting a refresh is in the offing.

How WWDC Became the Heart of the Apple World’s Calendar

Jason Snell, writing for iMore: If you had told me in the mid-90s that Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference would end up becoming the social event of the season, I would have laughed long and loud. And yet this highly technical convention has, unconventionally, become the beating heart at the center of the Apple universe’s year. ?

Video: iOS 9 concept reimagines one of the iPhone’s most important features

Apple will undoubtedly show off the future of iOS at WWDC in June, but until iOS 9 is unveiled in all its glory, creative designers will likely imagine all sorts of potential features for the upcoming operating system. Such is the case...Show More Summary

WWDC 2015: Did You Get Your Ticket?

As MMW reported Thursday, Apple has announced that it will hold its 26th annual WWDC June 8 through June 12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West, “with more sessions than ever before streamed to developers.” This year’s convention, like last year’s, will be all about the future of iOS and OS X. Developers were invited to […]

Apple begins notifying lottery winners of WWDC 2015 tickets

Apple’s annual lottery for WWDC tickets officially ended this morning at 10AM PST and lucky developers have started receiving confirmation emails this evening. The developers who were lucky enough to win an opportunity to the attend event have received emails in their inbox and their credits have been charged. For developers who did not receive a […]

Apple sends out ticket confirmations to WWDC 2015 lottery winners

Apple on Friday began sending out Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 ticket confirmations to lucky developers who were selected at random after registering to attend the annual event scheduled for June.

Apple starts sending out tickets to WWDC 2015 lottery winners

Apple has started sending out tickets for WWDC 2015 to lottery winners. Registration for WWDC 2015, which opened on Tuesday, April 14, closed earlier today. Apple is now sending out confirmations to the winners of the ticket lottery that they have won chance to spend $1,599 on a ticket to this year's conference. Show More Summary

WWDC 2015 Lottery Ends, Winners Begin Receiving Confirmation Emails

Developer demand for Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference always exceeds ticket supply, so Apple holds a lottery to determine which developers will win the chance to go to the conference. This year, Apple accepted lottery entries from April 14 until today, April 17, at 10 a.m. Show More Summary

Un-conventional: How WWDC became the heart of the Apple world's calendar

This week Apple opened registration for WWDC, the company's annual developer conference, which will be held June 8-12 in San Francisco. WWDC is a huge deal in the Apple community, but it wasn't always so. I've been going to WWDC since the mid-1990s, when it was a sleepy affair that took place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. Show More Summary

Why hands-on with Apple Watch has made us believers, this week on The CultCast

We cover all the best Apples stories on each week’s CultCast, but this week we take it to the next level. Hit play to hear: why trying on the Apple Watch will make you a believer; our WWDC hardware predictions; … Read more ›

AppleInsider podcast discusses Apple Watch try-ons, WWDC 2015, iOS 9 hopes & more

This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast is now available to download and subscribe in iTunes or SoundCloud, with detailed analysis of this week's news. Neil, Shane and Steve discuss their Apple Watch try-on experience and impressions, WWDC 2015 speculation, hopes and fixes for the anticipated iOS 9, and more.

Apple WWDC 2015: Upcoming Apple Event Will Focus On Software Development

A couple of years ago, the Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference was the venue for new Apple devices, particularly in the MacBook range, and other consumer devices.

What we're expecting from WWDC 2015

WWDC 2015 is around the corner. What are you expecting? Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference, themed "The epicenter of change," will kick off June 8 this year and run a full week, closing on June 12. Here's what iMore's staff isShow More Summary

Ticket Applications Overwhelming After WWDC Announcement

MMW has learned that Apple could very well see a record number of ticket applications for the company’s World Wide Developer’s Conference this year. Earlier this week, Apple announced that it will hold its 26th annual WWDC June 8 through June 12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West, “with more sessions than ever before streamed to […]

Happy Hour Podcast 010 | WWDC 2015 details, new iOS 8.4 Music app, and Apple Watch try-on experiences

WWDC 2015 has been announced at last, but what can you expect to be unveiled this year? Apple has released iOS 8.4 beta to developers and it comes along with a compete revamp of a critical app. Along with that, we get into Apple Watch try-on appointments and our hands-on experience at the Apple Store. […]

A new Apple TV may debut this June. Did Apple just drop a big hint about it?

Apple has announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (better known as WWDC) will kick off on June 8, giving the company a chance to fill in some of the plans it's already laid out for the future of its devices and software, its music service after the Beats acquisition and -- people really hope -- it's long-awaited plans for the television.Read full article >>

News: Apple adds WWDC scholarships to promote diversity

Apple has nearly doubled the number of scholarships for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference in an attempt to bolster diversity, Re/code reports. The company is offering up to 350 scholarships to students age 13 or older and members...Show More Summary

To Promote Diversity, Apple Increases The Number Of WWDC Scholarships

To encourage greater diversity amongst its developer community, Apple announced it’s increasing the number of WWDC scholarships this year which provide students and developers the opportunity to attend Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference taking...Show More Summary

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