WWDC 2014During the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote Monday, Apple executives demonstrated the new features of Mac OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.\n\nPhotos by Serenity Caldwell\nEl CapitanBefore the keynote, attendees can see the desktop picture of El Capitan, found in Yosemite National Park. That\u2019s what\u2019s called a spoiler, kids.Tim Cook takes center stageTim Cook kicked off the keynote with a few interesting statistics.Developers! Developers! Developers!Apple has 9 million app developers, a 47 percent increase over last year.User adoptionMavericks has been installed by 51 percent of users. Fourteen percent of Windows users have upgraded to Windows 8.OS X Oxnard?Apple senior vice president of software engineering\u00a0Craig Federighi started the OS X presentation by unveiling the name of the OPS upgrade. Is it OS X Oxnard?Home of the QuakesIs the new version of OS X called OS X Rancho Cucamonga?As in California State Senator Abner Weed Is the new OS X called OS X Weed?OS X YosemiteFederighi reveals the name of the new version of OS X, named after a national park of some repute. Find out what to expect in OS X Yosemite.Black or whiteOS X Yosemite will allow you to switch the menu bar and menus from a white background to a black one.New Spotlight barThe Spotlight search bar now appears\u00a0in the middle of the screen in OS X Yosemite.iCloud DriveYour iCloud storage is now user-accessible as an icon in a Finder window.Image annotationsApple marketing executive Brian Croll demonstrated the new annotation tools. When you insert an image into an email, you can comments, arrows, speech ballons, and more.iPhone calls on your MacWhen you get a call on your iPhone and you\u2019re on your Mac, you can take the call on your computer.Rock on, EddyFederighi demonstrates some of the new feature in Yosemite Mail by using an unflattering picture of Apple Senior VP Eddy Cue.Don't forget about DreFederighi demonstrated the new call features by calling Beats Electronics founder (and Apple employee) Dr. Dre.Priced rightOS X Yosemite will be free in the fall, but an exact release date was not announced.Satisfaction (almost) guaranteedAccording to Apple, 97 percent of users are satisifed with iOS 7.iOS installed baseApple says that 89 percent of users are using the latest version of iOS. Only 9 percent of Android users are using the latest version, called KitKat. Learn more about iOS 8's new features.Interactive notificationsiOS 8 offers better access to notifications. For example, if you get a notification for a new text message, you can swipe the screen and reply, instead of having to go to the Messages app.Decline\/AcceptIf you get an notification of an invitation, you can reply to it through the notification.At your fingertipsThe multitasking view in iOS 8 now offers quick access to your favorite contacts at the top of the screen.Jony Ive makeoverFederighi demonstrates the new features in iOS mail by showing a picture of Apple senior vice president Jony Ive with\u00a0Federighi's hair.Messages: New featuresSome of the new features in iOS 8 Messages include group messaging and do not disturb.Joswiak selfieGreg Joswiak, vice president of iOS and iPhone marketing, demonstrated the new features in Messages by taking a selfie with an obligatory duck face.Enterprise featuresiOS 8 will have new features for use in enterprise environments.HealthKitiOS 8's new HealthKit allows for integration with health-based apps. Get more details on HealthKit.\u00a0Family SharingIn iOS 8, Family Sharing will allow you to get notifications on any device when a someone wants to make an iTunes purchase.The price of the cloudPricing for iCloud: Those first 5GB are free, at least.Photo editingiOS 8's Photos apps offers new editing features.Hey, SiriNew features in Siri include the ability to launch Apple\u2019s personal assistant just by saying \u201cHey, Siri.\u201dMore new featuresiOS 8 will also have vector-based maps, lunar calendar support, and more\u2014at least in China.App previewsThe iTunes Store will allow developers to include demo videos of their apps.Third-party keyboardApple announced several new APIs for developers, including the ability to add custom keyboards.Touch ID APIApple released an API for Touch ID so developers can use the security feature for their apps. Home sweet HomeKitHomeKit API can be used by developers so you can use Siri to control devices like thermomstats and lights.Heavy MetalThe new Metal API lets game developers get the best graphics performance from the iPad and iPhone.SpriteKitThe SpriteKit API will be useful for developers of 2D games who want to improvement graphics performance. Apple also released the SceneKit API for 3D casual games.SwiftSince WWDC is a show for developers, Swift got the best reaction from the keynote audience. Swift is a new new programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch, and it works with Objective-C.