Category:  WWDC

By Trevor Sheridan, June 2, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014: Apple Now Offers Continuity Between All Apple Devices Special Event, WWDC

Apple has introduced new Continuity features to make it seamless between using an iPhone, Mac, and iPad. The main new feature is hand-off, which includes a new proximity awareness system, so the devices can recognize each other, when they’re close together. For example, you can be creating a Pages document on your Mac, and if… Read More »

By Noah Cosimano-White, June 2, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014: Quick Info – OS X 10.10 Safari Update and Markup Special Event, WWDC

Mail New feature in Mail is Mark up. Mark up allows you to write and draw and images sent to you through mail including PDFs. Of corse the look is updated too and much cleaner. The mark-up option lets you draw with a trackpad, and the system can automatically clean up your drawings too. Safari… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 2, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014: OS X Yosemite Introduces iCloud Drive & Mail Drop Special Event, WWDC

OS X Yosemite is more than just a new design. Apple has introduced iCloud Drive, which takes documents in the cloud to new heights. Now, all of your files & folders of iCloud enabled documents are now part of Finder. This includes Mac & iOS apps, as well as any file you want to add…. Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 2, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014: OS X Yosemite Is Official With All New Design Special Event, WWDC

It’s official. The next version of OS X is Yosemite, for a brand new California location. The big new feature of OS X 10.10 is an all new design that borrows from iOS 7 with translucent menu bars, sidebars, and windows. Everything is simpler from the window close buttons in the upper left to the… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 2, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014: Officially Underway As Tim Cook Is On Stage Special Event, WWDC

The WWDC 2014 Keynote is officially underway as Tim Cook is on stage. The event kicked off with a special video thanking developers for all of the great apps they make. Tim Cook announced that this is the 25th Apple developer conference, for a quarter century. Apple now has nine million developers, which is up… Read More »

By Noah Cosimano-White, May 30, 2014 Comments Off on Apple Decorates For WWDC With iOS 8 & OS X 10.10 Yosemite Banners? Apple News, Apple Rumors, Special Event, WWDC

Apple hasn’t done a very good job hiding their trademark filings under wraps lately. Today a company that has close ties to Apple filed for the trademarks Ventura, Mojave, Sequoia and Sonoma with variations of OSX in the name in Trinidad and Tobago. Those trademarks will join the current lineup of OSX names filed for trademarks by Apple like; Yosemite, Redwood,… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, May 27, 2014 Comments Off on Apple Will Stream The WWDC 2014 Keynote Live Apple News, Special Event, WWDC

We have some great news for Apple fans and developers, as Apple has just announced that they’re going to be streaming next week’s WWDC keynote live on their site, and through the Apple TV. Now, anyone can watch Tim Cook and company take the stage to reveal iOS 8, OS X 10.10, and potentially more…. Read More »

By Noah Cosimano-White, April 3, 2014 Comments Off on WWDC 2014 Announced, Set For June 2nd – 6th Special Event, WWDC

Today, Apple announced the dates of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. WWDC 2014 will take place June 2nd to 6th, and will offer a wide selection of talks and events for the attendees. Those with an Apple developer account can register for a random ticket drawing from now until April 7th at 5:00pm PDT. It’s… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 19, 2013 1 Special Event, WWDC

What a week 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. The week began with Apple’s keynote, and made way for the release and in-depth walkthrough of iOS 7. We’ve covered it every which way, and here’s… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, June 17, 2013 Comments Off on A Look At Automatic App Updates In iOS 7 iOS, Special Event, WWDC

One really valuable feature in iOS 7 is automatic app updates so that you don’t have to bother manually checking the update tab on a weekly basis. The App Store no longer needs the badge icon indicating the number of updated apps, especially when many updates are minor bug fixes and tweaks. Claiming to be… Read More »