Don't-Miss WWDC Stories
With developers converging on San Francisco for WWDC, we're pulling a few aside to find out what they're working on for the Mac. In this video, Rogue Amoeba's Paul Kafasis talks about the upcoming update to Audio Hijack Pro.
Matt Gemmell has an excellent overview of iOS 7's design changes, and shares his thoughts about Apple's break from skeuomorphism.
Intel's Haswell processors are geared for better power management and graphics performance.
Apple is upgrading many of its stock apps for iOS 7, which poses a bit of a challenge for some third-party app developers. Here are some apps that face competition from Apple itself.
Macworld did a little digging through the keynote and Apple's website to find 12 things you may not have heard about your Mac's next OS.
Steve Jobs has been off the stage for a while, but Jason Snell says that this was the first keynote to show that Apple has truly entered the post-Jobs era.
This year’s Apple Design Awards winners are a good mix of fun and addictive games and productivity apps.
Developers, like the rest of us, are excited about Apple's big announcements from WWDC. But how will the changes in iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and the like affect their products (and their workloads)?
We go inside the new Mac Pro with some hands-on time and answers to your questions.
Apple announced a slew of new innovative products on Monday, after months of enduring criticism about everything from their capacity to innovate to their tax plans. But Dan Moren argues that the company hasn't really changed; it's all about perception.
There was plenty to talk about Monday at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Here's a sampling of what Apple had to show off.
They may not have been trumpeted during Apple's keynote, but here are 27 iOS 7 features lurking in the background of the company's presentation that you may have missed.
Two prominent law enforcers in the U.S. who have been pushing Apple to do more to combat iPhone theft say they appreciate a new feature previewed earlier Monday that could help make stolen iPhones more difficult for thieves to resell.
The rest of this year figures to be packed with Apple products if the company's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote is anything to go by. On Monday, the company showed off major updates to OS X and iOS as well as a planned Mac Pro update that will arrive this fall.
Jason Snell and company review Apple's WWDC 2013 keynote.