Every week, our staff will handpick an app from the past two weeks that we believe is a must-have download for your iPhone or iPad. These apps will always be from various categories, but they are chosen because our own staff members love it and have been using them daily. …read more
After a busy keynote this afternoon, the WWDC festivities are continuing in San Francisco. Earlier today, Apple took time to announce the winners of its 2015 Design Awards. Each developer received a special trophy and a number of Apple products.
Here’s the complete list of iOS winners:
Along with the streamlined Apple Developer Program, Cupertino is making it easier for people to build apps and sign them for use on their own iOS devices. Previously, you needed to register as a developer to test your apps on your device, but Apple has dropped that requirement.
Hopeful developers …read more
When the News app was first unveiled in the WWDC 2015 keynote, there was a bit of uncertainty about whether publishers would want their content to be consumed in that format. SinceCupertino did not immediately talk about advertising, we just werent sure how many publishers would turn their content over …read more
Another iOS 9 feature not mentioned by Apple during today’s WWDC keynote includes a dedicate iCloud Drive app. Currently, in the first beta version of the software, the app is optional and needs to be switched on in the iCloud Settings menu.
After that, it will appear on your home screen. …read more
Apple is making some significant changes to streamline its developer programs. The new, unified Apple Developer Program will cost $99 per year, but will gives users access to all of the beta editions of iOS, Mac OS X, and the WatchOS.
Previously, developers needed to join two different programs that …read more
Just moments after ending todays WWDC 2015 keynote, Apple updated its site with more information about iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and WatchOS 2.
The complete iOS 9 preview page is available to view here. Along with improvements to the built-in apps like Maps and Notes, Apple details …read more
During the WWDC 2015 keynote, Apple officially confirmed that iOS 8.4 will be available to download on Tuesday, June 30.
The major draw of the update will be the new Apple Music streaming service. It will cost users $9.99 per month or $14.99 for a monthly family plan for up to …read more
Its all over: Apple CEO Tim Cook left the stage at the Moscone Center not long ago, and Cupertinos annual WWDC keynote came to a close. But did the presentation deliver? Lets take a look back.
First, I thought Apples opening sketch was great: it set a fun, laid-back tone and …read more
Announced during todays WWDC 2015, Apple Watch wearers and app developers will see a new version of watchOS. This updated version will allow developers to create and bring greater apps to the Apple Watch. Enhancements include:
Timepiece will include a new photos face where a different picture from your album will …read more