Though Apple grabs the biggest headlines with its Worldwide Developers Conference announcements, the focus of the week-long event is really on developers. In our final video report from last week’s WWDC, we ask developers what they thought about the news coming out of the event.
Much of WWDC happens behind closed doors, of course, and developers are bound by non-disclosure agreements for what they see and hear. So this video focuses on the publicly available news about Apple’s plans for OS X Mavericks and iOS 7. (For a look at less publicized features, read Serenity Caldwell’s look at hidden features in iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks.) We talk to Brent Simmons of Q Branch, Paul Haddad of Tapbots, Patrick Burleson of BitBQ, and Michael Simmons of Flexibits for their takes on what Apple had to show off at WWDC.
You can also read our report on developer reactions to WWDC news, and you can track down all our developer video chats at the Macworld Video Center. There you’ll find individual interviews with:
- Brent Simmons on his note-taking app Vesper;
- Paul Haddad on changes to Tweetbot and Calcbot;
- Paul Kafasis on an Audio Hijack Pro update;
- Michael Simmons on the new Chatology app; and
- Patrick Burleson talking about the Briefs app for Mac.