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WWDC 2015 keynote now available to watch on YouTube

The keynote from last week’s WWDC is now available to watch on YouTube. The presentation in which Apple took wraps off iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2 and Apple Music was previously made available for streaming via the company’s website and available for download via iTunes and the iOS Podcasts app, but was not so easy to watch on non-Apple…

Apple Design Awards 2015: The winners

At WWDC yesterday, Apple announced the winners of its prestigious Apple Design Awards for 2015. Recognizing apps that “reflect the best in design, innovation, and technology on iOS, OS X, and watchOS” Apple’s ADAs serve to highlight the best of the best in App Store and Mac App Store and show off apps that best demonstrate what Apple’s platforms are…

iOS 9 features hidden iCloud Drive app

Apple took wraps off its next major version of iOS at WWDC this morning. The update brings a plethora of fixes, enhancements and improvements and, like every year, Apple only highlighted a few such changes during its keynote. One significant addition in iOS 9 uncovered in the first beta release is the presence of a dedicated iCloud Drive app. What’s more…

Apple’s new Android app will make it easier than ever to switch to iOS

Apple wants to make it easy for you to ditch your Android phone for an iPhone. So much so that the company is releasing an Android app to aid switchers. Included on the iOS 9 pages of Apple’s site (but not mentioned at the WWDC keynote this morning) is a new Android app called ‘Move to iOS’. As the name suggests, it helps Android users make the switch to…

Apple posts WWDC keynote for your (re-)viewing pleasure

Apple has posted its WWDC opening keynote online for viewers to stream. If you didn’t catch the event live, you can now head to Apple’s website to watch the 2 hour plus talk (or if you want to watch it a second time, there’ll be no judgement here). A higher quality version of the video should be made available to download soon via the Apple Keynotes…

iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan betas now available to developers

Apple just unveiled the next generation of its mobile and desktop operating systems in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan. The first betas of the new OSes have now been seeded to registered developers and can be downloaded in the Developer Center. At WWDC’s opening keynote this morning, Apple showed of OS X El Capitan with a number of under the hood enhancements…

Apple’s streaming music service is here: Apple Music

Apple’s long awaited and oft-rumored streaming music service has been officially announced today at WWDC in San Francisco. “Music is such an important part of our lives and our culture. We’ve had a long relationship with music at Apple.” Dubbed Apple Music, the Cupertino company took wraps off its new offering which will be tightly integrated…

Apple Pay updates help make your iPhone your digital wallet

With Apple Pay, Apple has been working on replacing the wallet. In 2014, Apple Pay began with support for credit and debit cards. Cards were viewable in Passbook, which was originally launched a couple of years ago. With the latest updates announced at WWDC and coming with iOS 9, Apple is moving even further in replacing your wallet. First, Apple is…