Category:  WWDC

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 15: iPad Gains Split-Screen Multi-Tasking With iOS 9 Special Event, WWDC

Apple took time at WWDC 15 to show off iPad specific features. The big new feature is split-screen multi-tasking allowing you work at two apps on the same time. You begin by double tapping the home button to show the new task switcher. You can then pick one main app, and then swipe in from… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: Apple Introduces A New Stock News App In iOS 9 Special Event, WWDC

Apple introduced a new stock app for iOS 9 at WWDC 2015. There’s now a new News app that appears to be Apple’s own take on Flipboard. You can pick favorite sources, topics, and more to then have an aggregated newsfeed. There are enhanced animations to flow through the text, photo galleries, videos, and interactive… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 1 Special Event, WWDC

iOS 9 has quite a few features including all new Maps enhancements. There is now a new Transit app in Apple Maps that shows all of the lines in your area. You can tap on a station to see the lines that go, and the real time departing times. There’s also new walking directions enhancements… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: Apple Pay Expanding With Rewards, U.K., And New Wallet App Special Event, WWDC

Apple took some time during WWDC to announce some Apple Pay updates. Apple is set to add Discover later this year as well connect with Best Buy, Kohl’s, Trader Joe’s, JC Penny, and more. Apple is also adding Rewards cards to your Apple Pay Wallet. Passbook is gone in favor of the new app Wallet… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: iOS 9 Introduces New Productive Assistant Special Event, WWDC

Apple kicked off their iOS 9 presentation with a new Proactive Assistant. There’s a new system wide proactive offering that builds upon what Siri offers to include info everywhere in iOS 9. Siri can now set up reminders about what you’re looking at. The Proactive system goes beyond Siri to launch music when you plug… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: Apple Introduces OS X El Capitan For The Mac Special Event, WWDC

Apple started off WWDC 2015 with the new version of Mac OS X 10.11. It is known as OS X El Capitan to emphasize that it’s an update that builds upon OS X Yosemite rather than an all new version. The naming scheme is similar to Snow Leopard or Mountain Lion. OS X El Capitan… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 8, 2015 Comments Off on WWDC 2015: Tim Cook Is On Stage With Birdman Style Introduction Special Event, WWDC

Apple kicked WWDC 2015 off with a short film starring Bill Hader. The video was a take off of Birdman, and created as prepping a WWDC on-stage intro performance. It came complete with Angry Birds, Monument Valley, Lyft, Leo’s Fortune, and more mascots running around. Everything was styled after the Oscar winning film Birdman. It… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, May 27, 2015 Comments Off on Apple Sends Out Invites For WWDC Keynote On June 8th At 10AM Special Event, WWDC

This morning, Apple sent out invites to members of the press for the WWDC keynote, which is scheduled for June 8th at 10AM Pacific. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference runs from June 8th through the 12th, but the keynote kicks offer everything. WWDC is Apple’s one developer centric event of the year, and the keynote is… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 9, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014 Week In Review: What A Show Put On By Apple Special Event, WWDC

What a week last week was with WWDC 2014 giving us an overwhelming amount of content to cover. This was Apple’s best keynote since Steve Jobs passing, with great new introductions combined with a fun set-up. Apple highlighted developer tools above all else, which means the best parts of iOS 8 will come from what… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 6, 2014 1 iOS, Special Event, WWDC

There are so many new features in iOS 8, that some of the nuances can get lost in the shuffle. Here are some iOS 8 extras that are interesting in their own right. Battery Usage By App This is one of the neater features in iOS 8 letting you see which apps are energy hogs…. Read More »