Apple's WWDC Will Kick Off 2nd of June in San Francisco

There are still plenty of questions about what Apple will unveil at WWDC this year, but at least we know when it will: The company announced today that its Worldwide Developer Conference will take place June 2nd to June 6th this year, at San Francisco's Moscone West. Read More >>

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These New iOS 7 Icons Sure Look Familiar

Apple's new app icons are sure something, aren't they? Each one is so delightful and cheery and vibrant. Who knew shading would look so much better than drop shadows! But wait! I think I've seen some of these before. Read More >>

This Is What Android Fragmentation Looks Like

We didn't get a new verision of Android at Google I/O, but it's not like there weren't enough already. As Apple pushes on into its iOS 7 future and brings the lion's share of its user-base along with it, there's still a lot of Android users stuck in a multiple OS-ghettos. Read More >>

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All the New iOS Features Your Old iPhone Won't Get

As expected and widely reported ahead of today's keynote, Apple introduced a completely revamped iOS at WWDC. Not only did they ditch the skeuomorphic design scheme in favour of something a little more colourful and fun, the company added a handful of neat new features—some old, some new. But as with any major update to the mobile OS, there are a handful of features that won't be coming to older generation iOS devices. (Hint: It's because Apple wants you to upgrade.) Read More >>

Watch the Entire WWDC Keynote Here

Miss the WWDC keynote? Just want to watch it again in its entirety because there is something wrong with you? Either way, you can catch the whole sucker right here. One catch: you gotta use Safari. Read More >>

WWDC Explained In One Photo

The standard stereotype usually sees the women's bathroom with the longest lineup, but not at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference. As CNet's Dan Ackerman points out in this photo he tweeted, this time it's the men who have to wait. Read More >>

Did Apple's WWDC Announcements Wow You, Or Just Fall Flat?

Ignoring our horrific design in-joke in the headline, what did you make of Apple's offerings tonight? Between iOS 7; OS X Mavericks; iTunes Radio, and the new MacBook Airs and Mac Pros, it was a strong showing -- but is that a good-strong or bad-strong showcase, dear readers? Have a look at all that Apple announced below, and give us your feedback. Read More >>

iTunes Radio: Apple's Overhauled Music Experience Unleashed, But Not Available For UK Yet

After boundless speculation over the last year, Apple has finally announced its online streaming and music discovery service. This is how millions of people will listen to music from now on -- though not us here in the UK just yet. Read More >>

Apple iOS 7: Everything You Need to Know

The new iOS 7 is here. Jony Ive's first iOS—minimalist, elegant, devoid of the infantile artifice that infected its latest incarnations. And here's all you need to know about it. Updating live. Read More >>

Apple Maps Is Coming to Your Desktop

Apple Maps is getting a pretty little desktop client in the new OS X Mavericks. The desktop client includes the same (steadily improving) offering of 3D-flyover views, and provides you with information cards as you skirt around different locations. And once you find your destination on the desktop, you can shunt it right over to your iPhone at the press of a button. Read More >>

Apple's MacBook Airs Now Have 12-Hour Battery Lives (Updated With Pricing)

Today's golden children may be iOS 7 and all things software, but that doesn't mean the actual machines running that software are being tossed to the wayside. Confirming recent rumours and stock shortages, we are officially seeing Apple's super skinny MacBook Air get a much deserved refresh. Read More >>

The New Safari: Your Power-Saving Google Reader Replacement

Apple updates Safari every year, but now with the help of Intel's Haswell processor, they might actually have made something that people will actually want to use. At about a third the energy usage of Firefox and 1.44x faster than Chrome, this might just do it. Read More >>

Apple Ditches OS X's Big Cats, For OS X Mavericks

While iOS 7 was expected to be the star of Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) this year, it wasn't the only operating system getting a significant update. Supposedly codenamed "Cabernet" at headquarters, OS X Mavericks was unveiled on Monday and marked a turn away from the big cat naming convention Apple's used for years. The specific improvements, however, are designed to improve performance across Apple platforms. So upgrading to OS X Mavericks won't just make life on your Mac easier. It'll make life easier. Read More >>

WWDC 2013 Predictions: Here Comes iOS 7, But What Else?

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) doesn't kick off until 6pm tonight, but the internet's been wildly speculating about the company's plans for months. Some of it is almost definite (hello, flat design) and some of it's absurd (stop it with this). Here are all the goodies we actually expect Tim Cook and his funky bunch to throw at us later today. Read More >>

Rumour: This Is What iOS 7 Will Look Like

9to5mac has been given the chance to look at a beta version of iOS 7 -- which Apple is set to announce later today -- and this is what it apparently looks like. Read More >>


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