According to a new report, Apple may be set to debut a revamped version of Apple Music at its annual developers conference in June. The revamp is said to bring a new user interface, better integration of its streaming and download business and more. Show More Summary
A year after its debut, Apple's $10-per-month music streaming service is reportedly set for a major overhaul at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, including a shakeup to its user interface aimed at making it easier to use.
After mounting criticism of Apple Music, Tim Cook and Co. are planning to unveil new changes for the music service in June.
Apple is planning to overhaul its year-old music streaming service to make it "more easier to use", according to people familiar with the matter (via Bloomberg News). The company is set to redesign the user interface to make it more intuitive, said the sources, who asked to remain anonymous because the plans are yet to be made public. Show More Summary
Apple has taken on board criticisms of the messiness of the Apple Music app, and will reveal a ‘more intuitive’ version at WWDC in June, reports Bloomberg. The revamp reportedly follows a management shake-up in which several execs involved...Show More Summary
If you didn’t get into WWDC, don’t worry — Siri has alternatives already laid out for you. A few developers are noting that when they let Siri know they didn’t get into WWDC via Apple’s lottery system, she gives them a few alternatives. Show More Summary
Jim Dalrymple and iMore present Beard Bash 2016 at WWDC! Jim Dalrymple of The Loop has always thrown the best damn party at WWDC. This year Jim and iMore are teaming up to make it even better than ever. Take it away, Jim! The Beard Bash has become an annual event at WWDC, and it has been wildly successful for the last four years. Show More Summary
Native watchOS apps mean faster load times and saved battery.
Starting June 1, all new Apple Watch apps submitted to the App Store must have the ability to operate independently of an iPhone. Apple laid this mandate down in a blog post to developers, which it released to the developer’s website. Show More Summary
In this week’s top stories, the iPhone rumor mill was in full effect as reports surfaced claiming Apple could introduce an new all glass design for a next-generation device. That news was accompanied by Apple’s 12-inch MacBook refresh,...Show More Summary
There was no shortage of headlines this week, with Apple launching new MacBooks, announcing WWDC 2016, and letting slip more details about its electric car project. A long-time but recently retired Apple board member, Bill Campbell, died on Monday.
As it has in the past, Apple held a lottery for WWDC 2016 tickets. The lottery opened on Monday, April 18th, and closed earlier today at 10:00AM PST. The lottery format puts developers on even ground, lending all a chance to win the right to purchase a $1,599 ticket. Show More Summary
The ticket lottery for WWDC 2016 has officially ended, and Apple has now started sending out confirmations to those who won a chance to attend. A number of attendees have already taken to social media to show off their confirmations....Show More Summary
As scheduled, Apple on Friday closed ticket lottery registrations for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference and began sending out email confirmations to the lucky few selected at random to attend the event in June.
This week’s Apple Loop includes the all-glass iPhone design, fixing a nasty surprise in iOS 9.3.1, Apple's boring MacBook updates, the three-year upgrade cycle on your iPhone, Siri announcing WWDC 2016, impressive iPad streaming numbers from Major League Baseball, Ben Thompson's analysis of Apple's internal organisation, and the arrival of Exploding Kittens on iOS.
The ticket lottery for Apple's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference ended this morning at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, and it appears that some developers who have won tickets are seeing charges on their credit cards. Several MacRumors readers...Show More Summary
All-new MacBooks, WWDC 2016 dates are official and new iPhone 7 rumors.
Ahead of WWDC 2016, Apple thus far has managed to do a decent job of keeping product leaks to a minimum. Sure, we know that Apple this coming June will showcase iOS 10 and a new version of OS X, but specific details regarding what types...Show More Summary
Although Apple usually updates its iOS adoption statistics on a fortnightly basis, the company had strangely stopped updating its iOS chart last month. As iOS 9 growth appeared to have stalled, perhaps the numbers simply didn’t change significantly in that time. Show More Summary
Thanks to Siri, we finally know when WWDC is going to be held this year: June 13 through the 17 in case you're wondering. But even with WWDC now just about two months away, details surrounding iOS 10 remain unusually murky. While Apple...Show More Summary