Missed Apple’s developer conference yesterday? Here’s everything you need to know, packed into a two-minute video.
Although OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 ran the show at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), the company’s latest attempts to one-up Google and its new efforts in health are equally intriguing. Instead of sitting through a two-hour keynote, kick back for two minutes and watch the highlights:
The video above falls short, however, in delivering on the very point of the conference: developers.
Apple announced numerous developer-centric initiatives, including Metal, a new platform technology for game developers; Cloudkit, a toolkit that allows developers to take advantage of iCloud storage; and Swift, a new programming language for OS X & iOS.
For all of VentureBeat’s WWDC coverage, click here.
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