Though CarPlay was originally introduced at WWDC 2013, Apple’s iOS based infotainment system hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm. This is partially due to the fact that the auto industry tends to move at a snail’s pace relative to the tech industry. Show More Summary
Apple analyst Gene Munster says he thinks a new Apple TV could be launched this fall. Here's what Munster said in a new note Thursday afternoon: With WWDC just four months away (likely June 2015), we believe talk about an update to Apple TV (not a television) could pick up over the next few months. Show More Summary
Two years ago, Anki introduced itself to the world at the Apple WWDC keynote with robotic race cars that could maneuver around the track all on their own. The company has grown substantially since then thanks to strong initial interest and growing sa...
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At WWDC 2014, Apple showed off not just a new Photos for Mac app, but an entirely new approach to photo and video management. Combined with Photos for iOS 8 and iCloud Photo Library, it promised to store all your visual assets safely...Show More Summary
Apple is keeping mum on the state of the rumored MacBook Pro 2015, but reports have it that it is likely to come out during the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, which be held from June 8 to 12 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center.
From the DF archive, back in June: One of the things I heard at WWDC is that the new Photos app for Mac was started under the name “iPhoto X”. I think they abandoned hat name because it carried too much baggage. The whole situation had gotten too complicated. Show More Summary
Apple is finally letting developers get their hands on Photos today, the long-awaited successor to iPhotos that was revealed at WWDC 2014. The new app is a complete revamp of iPhotos, allowing Mac users to organize, edit, share, and print … Read more ›
At WWDC 2014, Apple revealed that it has been developing an OS X version of one of the default apps iPhone users probably use the most and the company has finally made it available to Mac owners. However, not all of them can download it just yet. Show More Summary
The all new Photos app for Mac, which Apple first announced and demoed at WWDC in June 2014, is now available in a pre-release version of OS X 10.10.3. The download can be accessed available by approved testers and developers. The new Photos app has been made to replace the current iPhoto software for Mac. Show More Summary
Apple released on Thursday a developer preview of its new Photos app for OS X Yosemite. The app is part of the new OS X 10.10.3 beta available to members of Apple's Developer Program now. First previewed at WWDC 2014, Photos is a replacement...Show More Summary
Apple's Photos for Mac was for shown off last summer at WWDC 2014 but isn't scheduled to ship until "early 2015". Apple hasn't said anything more specific about the schedule than that, but today some concern arose when people realized that, at some point, information about Photos for Mac had disappeared from Apple.com. Show More Summary
Last year Apple bought TestFlight, the popular beta distribution app, and relaunched it WWDC 2014 in a more focused, integrated form, but one that also required App Store approval for major feature changes. Since then developers and testers alike have been trying it out. Show More Summary
Some key vendors in the smarthome space have suggested that Apple is planning an official HomeKit launch, and sooner rather than later. While Apple announced HomeKit as part of iOS 8 back at WWDC, the company hasn’t said much about it since the initial announcement. Show More Summary
At WWDC 2014, Apple delivered a bombshell of an announcement when Craig Federighi unveiled Swift, a new high-level programming language positioned to be the future of iOS development. In a broad sense, the underlying goal of Swift is to make programm...
Apple surprised developers with its new programming language, Swift, at WWDC 2014 but it hasn’t taken long for the developer community to get behind what will soon be the replacement for Objective-C. In the latest programming language popularity rankings from … Read more ›
Apple's new programming language, Swift, was introduced just over six months ago at WWDC 2014 and yet it's already leapt 56 spots up the RedMonk programming language rankings, going from 68 to 22 in just one quarter. Poised to become...Show More Summary
At WWDC 2014, Apple first announced HomeKit which it describes as a “framework in iOS 8 for communicating with and controlling connected accessories” around your home, and we’re starting to see the first HomeKit-enabled accessories announced. HomeKit is especially interesting as smart devices that use it can be controlled by Siri commands like “turn off […]
iPhone and iPad users have eagerly awaited news in the HomeKit-connected product space since Apple announced the feature at WWDC 2014, and CES 2015 means we’re seeing a flood of new consumer electronics coming to market including the very first devices compatible with Apple’s smart home feature. Show More Summary
Apple introduced HomeKit during its WWDC Keynote presentation last June. Since then we’ve heard HomeKit-enabled chips are on the move, but you still can’t buy a HomeKit-certified device. They are on the way, however, as Apple just started accepting product plans from manufacturers following a yearly summit for companies in its Made-for-iPhone program. iDevices, maker […]