Apple has leapt ahead of Windows and Android by leaps and bounds yet again, with its supremely integrated ecosystem enhanced even further, with delightful, useful and amazing updates across the board.
Apple will scrap its iTunes service during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference which begins on Monday US time, a report says, adding that it would be replaced with separate services for music, video and podcasts.
Set to be held from 3 to 7 June at San Jose's McEnery Convention Centre, Apple will showcase the latest and greatest for all devices running iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS and is sure to deliver some mind-blowing surprises att its Worldwide Developer Conference.
If you aren't watching Apple's twice-yearly keynotes for WWDC and the iPhones launches, you're missing out on a wealth of fantastic information on what the near future looks like.
The biggest and best Apple developer conference worldwide is Apple's own yearly WWDC, and instead of being held at Apple's new spaceship-like campus, it's on at San Jose's McEnery Convention Centre.
New iPads, new iOS 11, new Macs, new HomePod, new App Store app, new AR (augmented reality) and new everything – Apple blows away the competition with its best yet.
Returning to its roots is Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which is going back to San Jose over its home of San Francisco of the past few years, with 2017 set to be the biggest yet.
Two rumours that didn’t come through at WWDC 2016 involved iMessage for Android and rumoured new MacBook Pros with OLED strips replacing the F-keys.
iOS 10 arrives in the Australian spring, when new iDevices arrive, and while the iPhone 4S is no longer supported, there are tonnes of great new features to look forward to.
People are always quick to declare Apple dying, apps dying, the watch useless and more - but Apple has come out with a spate of new software products to prove them wrong.
In just a few hours, Apple’s highly anticipated 2016 WWDC keynote will kick off, and should announce iOS 10, a new macOS, Siri on the Mac and maybe even new Macs and more.
Apple has set the dates for WWDC 2016, which from 13 to 17 June will see Apple’s developer community come together from around the world to learn Apple’s latest and greatest.
Apple has unveiled new multitasking for iPads, a new watchOS 2, new OS X, new iOS, new world-beating music service and much, much more.
This time there was no amazing new gadget unveiled at at the Apple worldwide developers’ conference in San Francisco. Instead Apple has announced a live 24/7 radio station and music streaming service in the form of an app called Apple Music.
Whether we’ll see a new iPad Pro or Apple TV, or not, we’ll learn more about iOS 9, OS X 10.11, Apple Watch and more.
Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developer Conference for 2015 has been announced, with sought-after tickets to be issued to developers through a random selection process.
Apple has released the latest beta version of its OS X 10.9 Mavericks, now featuring iBooks along with a host of maintenance changes.
Samsung will hold its own developers conference in San Francisco this October, after rivals Apple and Microsoft, along with Google, all held their own respective conferences earlier in the year.
Amidst all the hype around the new iOS and Mac Pro, one pretty big new feature was left out of the conversation - a new 'kill switch' for the iPhone.
Procreate for iPad received a coveted Apple Design Award at WWDC in San Francisco, and iTWire sat down for a beer with two of the guys behind it, James Cuda and Lloyd Bottomley.
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