Today at 10 a.m. PT, Apple kicked off its 2014 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a two-hour keynote on the future of Mac OS X and iOS.
Must-read stories from WWDC
- Apple today unveiled OS X Yosemite, a complete redesign.
- Apple announces iOS 8: Featuring quick type, OS X integration, & interactive notifications.
- Apple rolls out ‘iCloud Drive’, challenging Google’s storage and syncing products.
- How OS X & iOS will soon fit together beautifully.
Apple requires Safari for OS X, Safari for iOS, or an Apple TV, to live stream its events, a frustrating fact for Windows and Linux users.
Whether you’re planning to watch the lengthy keynote or not, check back here for live coverage of all Apple’s major WWDC announcements. Until then, here’s a handy list of everything we think Apple will (and won’t) announce.
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