What’s on your iOS 11 Wish List?

WWDC starts on Monday, and Apple will reveal new versions of macOS and iOS. iOS is expected to undergo its first major user interface (UI) overhaul since iOS 7, released four years ago. Beyond that, leaks have been incredibly hard to come by, we just don’t know what’s coming up next. What could Apple be...

Apple Could Reveal Standalone Siri Device at WWDC

Perhaps alongside the new 10.5″ iPad Pro, we may also see a new standalone Siri device during WWDC. This would be a device that runs some version of iOS for third party software integrations, and comes with powerful Beats branded speakers, and, of course, Siri. It’s been rumored to share a similar form factor with...

10.5 inch iPad Pro Could Be Revealed Early Next Month

The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is Apple’s chance to reveal their new operating systems and software that developers can use to make new apps and services. Huge changes come to iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, as well as the tools we use to make apps for these platforms, like Xcode. Apple has also occasionally used...

watchOS at WWDC 2016

Apple introduced watchOS 3 at WWDC, and it aims to fix the biggest complaints about the smartwatch. watchOS 3 also adds a number of features that no one expected. Next to iOS, watchOS received the most attention during WWDC, showing developers that Apple is focused on evolving their mobile platforms. Apple added exciting new features...

tvOS Updates from WWDC 2016

tvOS powers Apple’s brand new Apple TV (4th generation Apple TV). It’s built on iOS, and features an App Store and the touch sensitive Siri Remote. It allows Apple to claim that the future of TV is apps. With services like HBO adding a streaming-only platform like HBO Now, that could be true. If there...

macOS at WWDC 2016

Yes! macOS! macOS! I cringed every time I had to write OS X, which means “Operating System 10.” What kind of horrible branding is that? What operating system does the Mac platform run now? Tenth what? Now we have “macOS.” As a programmer, writer, and marketing enthusiast, I’m so happy to see Apple recognize that...

 iOS at WWDC 2016

iOS saw the bulk of the time during the WWDC keynote yesterday, so I thought I’d start with that. It also featured some of the most exciting and fun updates. For iOS 10, Apple focused on 10 clear areas that needed improvement. The result is what they call the largest iOS release ever. That’s saying...

WWDC Starts Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Apple will kick off WWDC with a keynote speech starting at 10AM Pacific Time, 1PM Eastern. Apple is expected to announce iOS 10, macOS (the rebranded OS X), watchOS 3, and tvOS 2. It’s also possible, albeit still unlikely, that Apple will also reveal new hardware, including a new MacBook Pro. Apple will stream...

Apple Reveals Drastic Changes to App Store

WWDC isn’t until Monday, but Apple has revealed some large changes to the App Store that developers will especially find interesting. Apple will be introducing three changes to the App Store. The first will affect consumers and developers alike, but in very different ways. Apple will start putting sponsored apps in App Store search results....

WWDC May Not Feature Any Hardware At All

If you were looking forward to new MacBook Pro laptops, you’re going to be disappointed. The MacBook Pro has gone an astronomically long time without an update, leading many techies to recommend that people avoid the current models at all costs. If you were looking forward to a replacement for the Thunderbolt Display, a 5...