It's WWDC time once again, and with it comes a whole host of new announcements about the future of Apple from Tim Cook and co. As is the way with a developer's conference, there's plenty of technical talk and lots of new information about iOS 9 and the upcoming updates to OS X.
It can be a little bit tricky to keep up with everything, but luckily you've come to the right place. We're dealing with all the announcements so you don't have to, and you'll find everything you need to know about WWDC right here. Just remember you don't always have to deal with second hand news, so there's a link to the live stream in case you want to hear about everything as and when it happens.
We all knew that iOS 9 was coming, but it's always nice to hear that information directly from the folks over at Apple. Read more >>
Apple Music is the iPhone company's Beats-based streaming service, launched during tonight's WWDC 2015 keynote. Spotify, take note. Read more >>
Transport for London has announced that you'll be able to use the service to pay for trips on London public transport. Read more >>
at tonight's WWDC 2015 keynote, Apple announced the launch of watchOS 2, massively expanding the potential of its wristable. Read more >>
Let’s hope they actually work. Read more >>
iOS 9 Just Made the iPad More Work Friendly With Multitasking
This is a godsend for iPad users. Read more >>
Slowly but surely, Apple is been threatening to creep into the smart-home market. Read more >>
Looks like Apple’s Newsstand has officially gone the way of most actual newsstands. Read more >>
Apple believes that Swift should be used by everyone, and available everywhere. Read more >>
OS X El Capitan is the next version of Apple's Mac operating system. No, seriously, that's what it's called, those wacky Californians. Read more >>
Apple Pay launched late last year in the US, and it proved to be a major success. Sadly it never made it to our shores, despite many a rumour that suggested Apple was trying to make Apple Pay UK a reality. Read more >>
You don't need to cough up the cash for an Apple device to watch the live stream. Here's how you can keep on top of tonight's announcements, whatever machines you have on hand. Read More >>