After watching this iOS split-screen multi-tasking concept by Sam Beckett, it is easy to see why Apple would be interested in adding it to the iPad in iOS 8. Unfortunately, we didn’t see this newly anticipated feature at WWDC last week. Does this mean
WWDC was packed with so much information that Apple couldn’t even touch upon all the major updates and changes coming to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite in the 2 hour Keynote. Having said that, there are always additional items that are added, and some that are removed during the beta period
The mother of all rumors just-wont-die. It’s safe to say that Apple is working on a “wearable” device, conveniently called the iWatch, and that said rumored device will one day be released. There have been so many rumors and posts and theories about what it might look like, and what it might cost, and what operating system it might run
Apple has notoriously supported their older iPhones and iPad’s for years after they are introduced. Their ability to offer free upgrades for all these devices at the same time year after year has always been one of their more attractive “features.” It has always been in their best interest to keep everyone on their newest software versions
Will I be able to run OS X Yosemite on my current Mac? That’s a big question many of us had after the keynote presentation this week. With so many awesome new features and upgrades added to both iOS 8 & OS X Yosemite, in addition to their new deep integration, Yosemite is a very desirable upgrade.
WWDC 2014 was, by far, the most informative keynote I have ever watched–and especially exciting if you are a developer. For the first time since I can remember, Apple centered their entire WWDC keynote around developers.
Every week the Editors of the App Store select an app to discount to free for the whole week (not including in-app purchases). These apps typically represent the cream of the crop in the category they represent, and are a great bargain if you can manage to download them while on sale.
Apple introduced iOS 8 to developers at their WWDC today with dozens of new and updated features. Described as the biggest iOS release ever–for developers. The common theme for iOS 8 was enhancement, where everything works together better and functionality is the key.