Category:  WWDC

By Trevor Sheridan, June 17, 2016 1 Special Event, WWDC

The WWDC 2016 keynote breezed right along through watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. Then, came iOS 10, which took about two thirds of the show. There are 10 big changes in iOS 10 starting off with a big change to the way iOS presents information. Apple made a big emphasis on presenting a lot more information… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 17, 2016 1 Special Event, WWDC

OS X first launched back in 2001 as codename Cheetah, and since then has seen 12 major updates since. At WWDC 2016, Apple unveiled macOS Sierra, which is essentially OS X 10.13, but with different nomenclature. Apple changed to macOS to fit with iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, and to increase the continuity across their operating… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 17, 2016 1 Special Event, WWDC

The 4th generation Apple TV launched last November, and Apple has been updating it pretty consistently since then. During WWDC, they offered more substantial updates to simplify watching on the Apple TV. Siri search is a key component of the new Apple TV, and it has been enhanced in the next version of tvOS. Siri… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 17, 2016 Comments Off on WWDC 2016: WatchOS 3 Greatly Speeds Up The Apple Watch Special Event, WWDC

Apple started off WWDC 2016 with WatchOS 3, and the update is all about speed. The biggest change is for watch apps as there will be a new instantaneous launch, rather than sitting and watching the spinning loading circle. To pull this off, you will be able to set favorite apps in memory that receive… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 10, 2015 1 Special Event, WWDC

What a time in the Apple universe with an absolute overload of new offerings. There was just so much information flowing out of Apple’s one conference of the year. We’ve covered it every which way, and here’s a recap of it all in one single post to store until the public release in the fall…. Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 9, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 15: Interesting Tidbits From iOS 9 & OS X El Capitan Special Event, WWDC

During the WWDC keynote, Apple went over the major new features as part of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan. There’s always a ton of subtle changes that Apple doesn’t go over, and that’s what we’re here to report. iOS 9 Compatibility: iOS 9 will run on all iOS devices that are able to… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 9, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 15: The Apple Design Award Winners Are In… Apple News, Special Event, WWDC

During WWDC, Apple hosts a “little” awards show to bring recognition to a select few apps. The Apple Design Award is an amazing accomplishment for developers, as Apple themselves highlights their work. There are about 1.5 million apps, and there were only 12 apps selected, so it’s very select company. This year’s highlights include the… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: One More Thing… Apple Music Special Event, WWDC

As expected, Apple introduced their own music streaming service, known as Apple Music. You can stream any song from the iTunes library at any time. There are three main features with “The right song, the right playlist, all on demand”, 24/7 global radio Beats1, and connecting fans with artists. All of this is baked into… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: WatchOS 2 Provides New Apple Watch Features Special Event, WWDC

After OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 Apple switched gears to the Apple Watch. Apple already has watchOS 2 ready to show off with a number of new features. There are timekeeping features beginning with new Complications that third party developers can create to show you sports scores, flight information, electric car charging status,… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: iOS 9 Features New Developer Tools And Performance Enhancements Special Event, WWDC

We mentioned the consumer facing features, and now there are some backend technologies Apple has included. First off, Apple has new Metal enhancements to work off on what has come to the Mac. There’s also new two-factor authentication for iCloud. iOS updates have also been redone, so instead of the 4.6GB of free space needed… Read More »