Don't-Miss WWDC Stories
Apple held its big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote Monday morning, and it announced a metric ton of new features. Here are the top 5 most important ones for business and enterprise users.
With the WWDC keynote over, Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Computerworld Editor-in-Chief Scott Finnie and MultiMedia Editor Keith Shaw chew over the highlights of what Apple execs unveiled.
Apple is getting closer to replacing your wallet, with Apple Pay in Safari for iOS 10 and macOS, and mobile payments apps like Square Cash coming to iMessages and Siri.
Apple's latest iOS 10 is packed with new features, hidden functionalities, and third-party app integrations. Here are our favorites so far.
The makers of the most innovative apps in the Apple universe were honored Monday at WWDC.
Apple stuffs its presentations with awesome slides that disappear as quickly as they appear. Here are some of our favorites from the jam-packed WWDC 2016 keynote.
Got questions about Apple's upcoming Mac operating system? We have answers.
The current file system, HFS+, is starting to show its age. At WWDC 2016, its successor was finally born.
Apple is letting third-party developers turn iMessage into a WeChat clone.
The Worldwide Developers Conference keynote was two hours long. You may have missed a few things.
Built-in apps like Stocks, Calendar, and Weather are now in the App Store, and deletable—with some consequences. Apple also hasn't said whether you can replace a built-in app with a third-party app.
Not a developer? You can try out early versions of Apple newest operating systems when the betas are available in July.
Apple is simplifying its streaming music service, starting with design.
Feel intimidated by the idea of coding? Swift Playgrounds makes learning how to code more approachable.
Apple's newest iOS brings major "emojification" of Messages and third-party app integrations in Siri, Maps, and more.
Apple just opened Siri to third-party apps. Finally.