If you’re anything like me, then you’re eagerly anticipating Apple’s next move. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC for short) came upon us quick this year. (As it does every year.) During a few days in June—this year the presser took place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and the Moscone Center West in San Francisco,... Show More Summary
Following its launch in France earlier today, Apple Pay is now live in Hong Kong, as well. This rollout was previously teased by Apple at WWDC last month, but now users in Hong Kong can officially take advantage of the company’s mobile payment solution. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple l’avait déjà annoncé lors de sa conférence d’inauguration de la WWDC en juin, mais maintenant c’est officiel. Apple Pay est désormais disponible pour les clients des banques partenaires possédant une carte Visa ou MasterCard. Malheureusement, rares sont ceux qui vont pouvoir s’en servir dès aujourd’hui. Parmi les grandes banques françaises, seul le Read More
At WWDC last month, Apple announced that its Apple Pay mobile payments service would be coming to France, and now the service has officially went live in the country. With the rollout in France, which was first rumored earlier this year, Apple Pay is now available in 8 countries. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple today released the third developer preview of macOS Sierra since showing off the software update for the Mac at WWDC 2016. The latest release is available now through the Mac App Store. macOS Sierra’s headlining feature is Siri on the Mac while beta 2 turned on Auto-Unlock which lets Apple Watch users skip the password login screen. Show More Summary
Apple today issued the third iOS 10 beta for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch for developer testing since WWDC 2016. iOS 10 brings a refreshed look to Apple Music and News plus loads of new features to the platform. The software update will be ready for everyone later this fall, and we’ll dig through the third developer version of the iOS 10 beta below. more… Filed under: Apple
At this year’s WWDC 2016, Apple introduced the only feature I really cared about seeing making its move onto macOS: Siri. The voice assistant had finally found its way onto the next obvious platform. While I was excited to see it available, I wasn’t ecstatic to see it would take a keyboard shortcut or icon click to launch it. Show More Summary
One of the nice surprise introductions at WWDC was Swift Playgrounds, a new app coming to the iPad and iOS 10 that will help teach kids (or anyone, really) how to code with Swift. Apple introduced Swift at WWDC back in 2014. A moreShow More Summary
If you can set aside the hype, there's an amazing amount of promise for Swift Playgrounds. I almost missed it. I was so put off by the app's WWDC Keynote introduction and "Learn to Code" content — the hype, the marketing, and the sample...Show More Summary
As with past years, Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote showcased the upcoming updates to Apple's operating systems and developer tools. It's hard to believe that iOS is now on its tenth major version, which put Apple in an interesting position given that their desktop operating system has been called OS X for many years now. Show More Summary
Smart home tech is a case in point: Tech giants need to embrace ecosystem interoperability for the Internet of Things to realize its potential. Apple’s announcement at its World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) of a new Home app coming...Show More Summary
Developers seeking additional information from Apple's more than 125 Worldwide Developers Conference session videos can now narrow down results thanks to searchable text transcripts released on Friday.
Apple today announced that transcripts are now available to accompany its WWDC 2016 session videos. These transcripts allow developers to read the full content of session videos. more… Filed under: Apple
If you're an Apple developer, navigating the session videos from WWDC 2016 just got much easier. Apple has made available searchable transcripts for session videos, allowing you to quickly parse the full text of each session and pinpoint exact keywords. To get started, you can simply head to the "Transcripts" tab under any session video. Show More Summary
Summary: Later this fall, Apple will release its latest desktop operating system to the world, but it won't be called OS X. Instead, it's now "macOS" and this one is codenamed "Sierra." Introducing it on stage at WWDC, Apple exec Craig Federighi said the name was "obvious," probably because it has some consonance with the headline feature: Siri.
Fulfilling a promise it made at WWDC in June, Apple is expected to release the first public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra on Thursday, giving an early glimpse at software that won't be finished until sometime this fall.
As promised back during its WWDC 2016 keynote, Apple has released a public beta for iOS 10 that anyone can download. This is one of the most substantial updates the mobile operating system has received in years, so despite the fact that...Show More Summary
Following the latest iOS 10 beta for registered developers, Apple is releasing the very first iOS 10 public beta for non-developers to test on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch today. Back in mid-June at WWDC 2016, Apple first promised iOS 10 would hit public beta status sometime in July. Show More Summary
macOS Sierra was announced at this year's WWDC, and by this point it's now on its second beta release for developers. Today Apple is making a beta version of Sierra available to the general public as part of the Apple Beta Software program...Show More Summary
Auto Unlock was one of the biggest features announced at WWDC 2016 that didn’t make it in the initial round of developer betas back in mid-June. Today, thanks to the highly anticipated release of the latest macOS Sierra beta, developers get their first hands-on look at Auto Unlock. Watch our video inside to see it in action. more… Filed under: Apple