Apple will hold its annual WWDC on June 5 in San Jose. On the off chance that you cannot make it or do not have an invitation, the event will be livestreamed to supported devices and platforms.
According to a new report, Apple is planning to release updated models of its MacBook, MacBook Pro, and possibly even the MacBook Air at its upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference.
A new report from Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly suggests that there's a greater than 70% chance that a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro could be unveiled at WWDC due to a ramp up in production of the device.
A J P Morgan analyst has suggested that Apple's iPhone 8 will come bundled with AirPods, and feature an OLED edge-to-edge display. The analyst could be wrong, though, given current AirPod delays.
Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developer Conference will be held in San Jose, rather than San Francisco, this year. It will run from June 5-9, and registration will open next month.
At today's WWDC 2016 conference, the Cupertino giant has released a number of stats about the developer interest generated by the iOS platform, as well as the yearly developer event.
Apple is making significant modifications to its App Store, including the addition of search advertisements, reduced app review times, a revamped subscription model and more.
Apple has begun sending out press invitations for its WWDC keynote on June 13. The firm is expected to unveil iOS 10, macOS 10.12, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10, as well as a revamped Apple Music.
Apple is trying to re-design the keyboard with the next MacBook Pro, according to a new report. An OLED touch display is slated to replace some keys seen as essential for decades.
After details about the dates for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference were discovered earlier today through Siri, Apple has formally announced details about the event, including pricing.
While Apple hasn't formally announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, Siri has the answer. Asking the digital assistant reveals that WWDC will be held from June 13-17.
When is Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference taking place? The company hasn't said just yet, but looking at their venue's event schedule gives us an indication of when to expect it.
Apple has introduced an Android app called "Move to iOS," which transfers everything from contacts to photos from Android device to iOS device to make the transition as simple as possible.
If you're excited about the new multitasking features of iOS 9, know that not all of the features will be arriving on all iOS devices come fall. Like previous updates, some features will be limited.
The Apple Watch was released six weeks ago, and now Apple has debuted watchOS 2. It will be the second OS iteration for the wearable that will debut some time later this year.
Along with a new version of OS X dubbed 'El Capitan', Apple has taken the wraps off iOS 9 which brings a plethora of new features, including a highly requested one, true multitasking for the iPad.
Today, Apple will most likely reveal a music streaming service at their WWDC 2015 conference in San Francisco, and you can watch the keynote live, on any device, using the following methods.
Apple's WWDC has been announced and is starting on June 8th. Alongside this is announcement, Apple said selfie sticks and monopods will not be welcome at WWDC due to them blocking everyone's view.
Apple will reportedly launch its new TV set-top box at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June, introducing a new App Store and developer SDK, along with Siri and HomeKit home automation support.
HealthKit, a healthcare software developer, has criticised Apple for using the same name to brand its new iOS 8 health tools, saying: "Are they so big that they are above doing a Google search?"
Apple's Tim Cook spent some time making fun of Android at WWDC, saying that many who owned Android phones had bought them "by mistake", and berating the fragmentation and malware problems of the OS.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference starts on Monday, June 2nd with a keynote introducing new Apple products. The event is about software so we'll likely see new version of iOS and OS X.
A new report is claiming that Apple will release an iWatch within 2014, beginning production in July. The device will feature a round display, similar to the Moto 360, and will sell at various prices.
Next week, Apple is expected to announce their vision for home-automation and as you would expect, iOS will be at the center of this platform if all things go according to their plan.
According to analyst Charlie Wolf, sales in Apple's retail stores have declined as customers await new product categories and products, such as the iPhone 6 in the summer and possible smart watch.
The next major version of iOS may include iPhone and iPad versions of TextEdit and Preview, according to a new report and leaked screenshots. Is this our first real look at iOS 8?
What is Apple planning for 2014? A rumor suggests that two iPhone 6 models may be launched this year, both having much bigger screens than the current models. This includes a 5.7-inch iPhone phablet.
Apple has made Bing the default search engine in Siri, its voice assistant service. Microsoft says its "thrilled" at the integration of its search engine with Apple's technology.
We take a look at all the major features of iOS 7, Apple's mobile OS that's just been updated. The company have also posted the overview video, which highlights the process behind it.
Apple has unveiled the next major iteration of its desktop operating system, OS X "Mavericks". The update includes significant performance updates and new features including Maps and Finder Tabs.
Apple have posted a live stream for the WWDC 2013 which kicks off today at 10:00AM PDT (13:00 PM EDT, 18:00 PM GMT). The stream is available for Mac, iOS and Apple TV users exclusively.
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac has posted some mockups of what he believes Apple's next mobile OS will look like. Apparently, he's been given early access to the software we'll see at WWDC later today.
Images have appeared on Twitter that purport to show iOS 7. The next major iteration of Apple's mobile OS is set to be introduced tomorrow, and these images are in line with rumours we've heard.
Speaking on The Talk Show, John Gruber, who is rather prolific regarding Apple releases, has shared what he knows about the company's announcements tomorrow. Apparently, "All the leaks are wrong."
Apple has begun hanging banners advertising its next major OS releases in the Moscone Center ahead of WWDC 2013. The sparse and minimalistic designs may back up rumours about flatter UI designs.
Citi's Glen Yeung, a well-respected analyst, has suggested Apple plan to launch an 'iWatch' in the second half of this year with suppliers reportedly ready to begin production immediately.
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event kicking off on Monday, we reflect on all the rumours swirling around and suggest which ones are more likely than others.
Apple may be having problems with the development of iOS and getting it on time for WWDC in June. According to a new report, Apple is "borrowing" engineers from the OS X division to help on iOS.
A new report claims Apple wants to go after GPS systems in cars and replace them with its own Apple Maps solutions. Users will be able to see directions directly on their dashboards.
Apple's 2013 WWDC is coming up and Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities Analyst with an excellent track record, claims that Apple will retina the non-Retina MacBook Pro and won't Retina-fy the Air.
With WWDC quickly approaching, we are getting our first bits of information about what the new platform will include and how Apple will continue to blur the line between OS X and iOS.
Tickets for Apple's 2013 WWDC event sold out in less than two minutes, a new record. Google's I/O event sold out in 49 minutes. WWDC begins on June 10th.
Apple has announced that its WWDC kicks off between June 10th-14th and will take place in San Francisco to talk about the future of iOS and OS X at Moscone West and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Apple has been known to curve statics in its favor, this is nothing new. In this edition of providing the truth that sees through the Apple bubble, we take a look at what the numbers really show.
After months of rumors, Apple has officially revealed its plans to offer a new in-house map application for iOS 6, featuring full 3D photo maps of a number of cities, turn based navigation and more.
During the WWDC keynote today, Apple revealed its next Mac OS X update, code name Mountain Lion, would be officially released in July for a $19.99 upgrade price.
Apple has announced at WWDC that it has now reached the 30 billion download mark from the iOS App Store. The download store now has 650,000 apps available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users.
A banner for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference confirms that the company will announce details for iOS 6, the next version of its mobile operating system, next week
New applications featuring "Retina graphics" are appearing on Apple's Mac app store. It's rumored the company's upcoming 15-inch MacBook Pro refresh will feature a Retina display.
Today during the WWDC keynote, Steve Jobs introduced a number of new products coming from Apple this year. Some of the new software will be available starting today, while others will officially launch later on...