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Apple introduces HomeKit, their new home automation platform

Jun 2nd 2014 at 3:33pm by Renkman

Apple has announced their entry into home automation with HomeKit. They have been working with all the leaders in the field of home automation with the to come up with a wireless protocol to securely pair your unique iOS device with compatible individual devices in your home

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iOS 8 introduces third-party keyboard support and widgets

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:51pm by Kevin Krause

We thought iOS 8’s improved keyboard with predictive typing was a consolation prize for another release that ignored third-party keyboards. Boy, were we wrong. As part of the latest iOS SDK, Apple has finally enabled support for third-party keyboard apps.

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HealthKit for iOS set to revolutionize industry says Mayo Clinic CEO

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:39pm by Rob

Apple was rumored to have some health related announcements at WWDC 2014 and they didn’t disappoint with the announcement of Apple Healthkit and the Health App for iOS 8. Rather than announcing a specific piece of hardware – such as a smartwatch or fitness band – Apple is enabling developers and health professionals to better track and serve their fitness needs.

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Apple introduces Family Sharing between iOS devices

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:27pm by Renkman

During the WWDC event this afternoon Apple introduced Family Sharing–a great new way to share information between members of the same family. As long as everyone is signed into the same username/credit card, Family Sharing is available to as many as 6 members at any given time. Now members in the same household can share and scroll through purchases made by other members of the family.

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iOS 8 brings greater control over iMessage threads

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:26pm by Kevin Krause

Apple has finally addressed one of users’ biggest gripes in iOS 8. An updated iMessage app now allows users to add and remove contacts from a thread, set ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode on a per thread basis, and even leave a thread should they wish.

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iOS 8 keyboard adds predictive typing

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:12pm by Kevin Krause

While it has seen some updates over the years, the iOS keyboard has lagged behind as other platforms have seen a plethora of advanced keyboard options with new input methods and smarter text correction. In iOS 8, Apple is finally taking a stab at predictive typing.

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AirDrop now available between iOS and Mac

Jun 2nd 2014 at 2:06pm by Renkman

Apple has just announced that their popular utility AirDrop will now be compatible between iOS platforms and Mac OS X for the first time with Yosemite. In addition they have also introduced continuity between open applications on multiple devices at the same time

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Download OS X Yosemite Beta… for FREE

Jun 2nd 2014 at 1:59pm by Rob

If you hadn’t heard, Apple just announced Mac OS X Yosemite. With a bunch of great new features and improvements, Apple also announced the new price for the OS X Yosemite upgrade: free. That’s right… $0.

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Make phone calls and send SMS from your Mac with new OS X Yosemite Continuity features

Jun 2nd 2014 at 1:57pm by Kevin Krause

As part of the new Continuity platform introduced as part of OS X Yosemite Apple is bringing a new way to pair your smartphone with your computer. The latest build of OS X will make it possible to receive and respond to SMS messages from both a connected Mac or iPad.

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Mac OS X Yosemite announced by Apple

Jun 2nd 2014 at 1:26pm by Rob

At WWDC 2014 Apple has just announced the brand new version of their Mac operating system… OS X 10 Yosemite.

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What we expect Apple to announce at WWDC 2014 [UPDATED]

Jun 2nd 2014 at 7:39am by Renkman

This afternoon, June 2 at 1 pm EST, Apple will be in the spotlight for the first time this year for their annual World Wide Developer Conference. With every WWDC we have certain expectations that seem to follow a yearly release pattern, and for those events we expect history to pretty much repeat itself.