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Some hardware upgrades would also improve the wearable and, in turn, the apps that run on it, said developers
Two concurrent conferences and a surprise appearance by a top Apple exec make WWDC week more of a community celebration than ever.
The comedy skit that delighted the crowd at WWDC 2015 can now be seen on YouTube.
In which Dan Moren ponders what Apple declined to reveal, and handicaps our chances of seeing it anytime soon.
The next iPhone could boast front-facing flash and video capture, plus slo-mo and panoramic capabilities. Get ready for next-gen selfies courtesy of Apple.
Glenn and Susie start discussing the WWDC keynote, but they have so much to say they only get through iOS 9 and watchOS 2. Tune in next week for the rest!
Is this 2015? Or did watchOS's Time Travel take us back a few decades?
When Siri arrives as part of iOS 9 this fall, it'll be with new features that should make Google Now and Cortana take notice. Here are the standouts, from Spotlight to deeper app integration and more.
The iPhone and iPad user interface has been overhauled for readers of languages like Arabic and Hebrew
Apple puts two factors front and center to secure accounts in iOS and OS X, while suggesting a longer passcode in iOS 9.
It's the little things that drive you crazy every day: the shift key, the light-up notifications. Apple's heard the cussing and will fix these problems and more with iOS 9.
Version 2.0 of Swift and upgraded frameworks for Watch apps are on the way
Crossy Road, Fantastical 2, and Pacemaker are but a few of the apps to take home a trophy.
Do you have a question about iOS 9? We got you covered.
Apple Watch needed some software fixes that watchOS 2 promises to deliver.
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