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WWDC 2016 tickets distributed after lottery closes

As expected, Apple notified those receiving Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) tickets today, and began charging the $1,599 ticket price to their credit cards. Apple also provided 350 WWDC scholarships to students and participants of certain STEM organizations, and an additional 125 scholarships for budding developers without the financial means to…

Report: Next Apple Watch will offer cellular connectivity

According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple’s second-generation Apple Watch will have cellular abilities, which would significantly expand functionality when out of range of a paired iPhone. According to WSJ’s sources, Apple is considering selling both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular models, just like iPads. While this might complicate the buying process,…

Apple will stop approving non-native Apple Watch apps on June 1st

Starting June 1, Apple will not approve non-native Apple Watch app submissions. The policy was announced on Apple’s developer website: When Apple announced that watchOS 2 would support native Apple Watch apps, virtually no one complained. Perhaps the biggest problem plaguing Apple’s entry into the wearable market is the lagginess of many apps. Native…

Apple aims to help developers create a successful app through its refreshed app store portal

A few days ago, Apple officially announced the date and venue for the 2016 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). In addition to this, they opened the registration for their lottery ticket system for developers who are attending the event on June 13-17 in San Francisco. Unbeknownst to everyone, Apple also refreshed dedicated portal for developers…