The annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is under way, giving us all a latest look at what products Cupertino's wunderkinder company has waiting in its wings.
Lots of news articles will be filling our Gizmodo UK feed and we've rounded up all the WWDC-centric bits here for your Apple-admiring (or Apple-bashing!) pleasure.
Don't hate Apple? Siri, open this page! Read more >>
macOS Sierra has been unveiled, and it's got a sleeve full of tricks. Read more >>
Throughout the keynote presentation you could sense of undeniable change in vision—Apple is finally opening up. But it wasn't all good news. Read more >>
Weren’t you just saying that iMessage would be so much better if it was less about words and more... well, more like Snapchat? No? Well, too bad. Read more >>
Dancing on the ceiling time. Read more >>
Years after announcing HomeKit, Apple has finally announced an all-in-one smarthome solution. It’s an app called Home, and it sounds… fine. Read more >>
Starbucks coffee shops are going to become noisier and even more insufferable. Read more >>
Every little helps, as Apple continues to slowly improve its set top box and TV services. Read more >>
Should really have been the case right from the off. Read more >>
Can now hang out with iOS, watchOS and tvOS without fear of being singled out as an embarrassing anomaly. Read more >>
Apple announced its new breathing app today, endorsed by one of the biggest spewers of feel-good pseudo-scientific crap out there. Read more >>
Coming this autumn. Read more >>
A photo tool that uses face recognition, can be easily searched, and plots all your geotagged photos onto maps? Where have I heard all this before? Read more >>
Say goodbye to the iOS Tips apps once and for all – with iOS 10, Apple looks to be finally letting you trash those built-in, stock Apple apps that come pre-installed on all iOS devices. Read more >>