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New insights into what's inside Apple's looming iOS 8 release continue to emerge, alongside a bunch of new enhancements introduced within iOS 8 Beta 4, which reached developers last night.
OS X Yosemite will make the Mac sexy all over again. It will be the most rapid OS migration yet seen on a PC, driving yet more Mac market share gains. We'll see more Mac software releases than ever before.... Welcome to the new Mac world.
Make no mistake, health and wearable devices are utterly transforming sports; I've put together five solutions that suggest just how important Apple's HealthKit is going to become.
Apple appears to be figuring out how to make its mobile platform more open and more customizable for customers while also becoming more integrated for developers. The effect? iOS 8 is becoming rather more than a mobile OS...
WWDC: Apple's HealthKit is certainly going to kick start the market for health-related apps and devices, but you can't yet guarantee these solutions will actually keep you healthy. Here are four reasons why:
If you happen to be a developer, someone in retail, or digital experience marketing, you'd be a fool to ignore Apple as it prepares to open up its omnichannel, as it may soon offer you the secret sauce you seek.
Apple didn't tell us everything about its plans for iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite during Monday's keynote; I've collected together a few small improvements you probably don't know about.
Apple will introduce OS X 10.10 Yosemite this Fall, but you won't need to wait that long to put the beta version of the software through its paces -- you don't even need a spare Mac. This short and painless guide will help you get your Mac ready for Apple's public beta.
Apple CEO Tim zinged Windows 8 multiple times at his WWDC speech, much to the delight of the Apple faithful. But if you take a closer look at his claims, you'll find that they're astonishingly misleading. In fact, Windows 8 is cleaning Mavericks' clock.
Apple never said it, but the fact that Xcode 6 includes new OS Simulator features that will allow developers to resize the simulated screen for any arbitrary resolution means -- well, it's a pretty blatant confirmation Apple will introduce devices with different sizes -- small (iWatch) and large (phablet phones). The other thing it implies is that Apple isn’t talking about it yet.
As usual in recent years, Apple'WWDC s announcements were not ground-breaking. It's just one more example of why Microsoft -- yes Microsoft -- has got the mojo these days, and Apple is looking old and stale.
The WWDC keynote may be over, but new programming language, Swift, sets Apple up for the next decade; and it's not about 'Made in Cupertino' any more: the new Apple is all about enabling a much more powerful ecosystem.
WWDC 2014 opens up with Apple's keynote speech in just two hours time. Hundreds are already gathered outside the Moscone Center hall to see what the company has to say -- here's what to expect:
As I predicted in 2011 Apple is expected to introduce a new iOS-based SmartHome ecosystem at WWDC, giving its developers new opportunities for innovation. Take a look at this short collection of existing iOS smart home solutions for a hint of how Apple's going to put intelligence inside your home.
WWDC: You figure it out.
Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is kicking off. Bloggers are kinda, sorta sure they know the talking points and topics to be covered during today's keynote presentation in San Francisco. Almost certain, Apple will unveil peeks at the new iOS 8 operating system for the iPad and iPhone, along with its full-fledged counterpart, OS X. Also expected are details about an Apple-centric automation system for a household Internet of Things, done Cupertino style.
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