Apple is pulling a page from Google’s playbook.
Siri might be a man, but she’s a little conflicted about the switch.
Guest Post Since Apple talked about more than just a iOS redesign, I wanted to point out some other things they covered. Here are six things in the Apple announcement worth talking about:
Guest Post For developers, this annual Mecca event sets the agenda for the next several months, and it’s safe to say we’ll all be busy again innovating for the Apple ecosystem.
Editor’s Pick We asked some of our favorite hacker nerds what they thought about iOS 7 and what it means for developers. Here’s what they told us.
Editor’s Pick Developers are swept up in the energy of Apple’s WWDC, but were a little disappointed with yesterday’s keynote releases.
The winners, as you would expect, included gorgeous design, innovative uses of Apple technologies, and some of the best-imagined apps on the app store. There are also two student-built apps that are simply amazing examples of the creativity of young developers.
Which other global company, I wonder, would start its developer conference with a poem? None, I suspect.
Which is probably why we both love and hate Apple.
Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of mobile developers attempting to download the new operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch have crashed the site.
With its new Activation lock feature, Apple is making it a lot harder for thieves to resell stolen iPhones.
Apple took the wraps off iOS7, the mobile operating system that runs iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, today at its World Wide Developer Conference.
“It’s unbelievable, gorgeous,” said Apple’s Craig Federighi.
Apple’s iCloud service now has more than 300 million users, Apple CEO Tim Cook said on stage today at its WWDC conference.
They may look the same, but these MacBook Airs are a whole lot more powerful and efficient.
Apple finally ran out of cat names for its operating systems, so now the latest version of OS X will be called Mavericks. And it adds in lots of new features.
Apple’s big World Wide Developer’s Conference is today in San Francisco. And in the morning kickoff keynote, Apple CEO Tim Cook laid out the big numbers.
Editor’s Pick Apple is holding one of its most anticipated events today, and we’re live at Moscone watching for Mac hardware updates, iOS 7, and maybe even Apple’s radio product.
Once a year Apple unveils to the world a host of new changes to its operating systems and products during its Worldwide Developers Conference, and now the company is letting you follow along in real-time.
It looks like all of the iOS 7 rumors so far were true.
Apple’s WWDC keynote will occur on June 10, where we will see announcements regarding its operating systems. VentureBeat will be reporting live from the event.
All that just to see the new OS X and iOS? C’mon, y’all, Tim already said there won’t be new hardware this time. What’s the big fuss?
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held June 10 through June 14 in San Francisco, with tickets for the event on sale tomorrow.
Apple kicked off its 2012 World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) today with a Siri joke. But the Siri integrations into the coming iOS6 are not funny if you’re Google, or anyone else who makes a living delivering information to users.
With Apple’s WWDC underway, we’re giving away a limited number of passes to the hottest mobile developer party in town: The #GenMobile WWDC party, this Wednesday (June 13), just across the street from WWDC in San Francisco.
Apple brings its Game Center from iOS to the Mac
Apple introduced a new MacBook Pro laptop today that uses the “revolutionary” retina display that has been previously only used in the iPhone and iPad line-ups.
Here’s our roundup of the week’s top tech business news. First, the most popular stories that we published in the last seven days:
For some developers, Apple’s keynote today was more of a kick in the crotch than a bear hug.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, where the company traditionally makes some of its biggest announcements of the year, is scheduled to kick off today at 10am Pacific time.
Apple is gearing up to kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference Monday morning, so it’s no surprise that the Apple rumor mill has been in full effect this weekend. We already know that Apple will discuss iOS 5, Max OS X Lion, and iCloud at WWDC, but the specifics have so far eluded the tech community.