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Being One of a Million Yosemite Beta Testers and iOS Opening up to Compete with Android

Just recently, Apple held their Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone West in San Francisco. The conference was held from June 2-6, with a keynote filled with software related announcements taking place June 2 and numerous developer sessions the rest of the week. 980 more words

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OS X Yosemite To Enter The Wild Tomorrow: Here's How To Get It

If you had a Apple developer account, then you’ve had access to OS X Yosemite for some time. Whereas, us mere mortals have had to sit and wait patiently for the Gods to give us the green light. 161 more words

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Top Features of iOS 8!

Apple announced iOS 8 at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 2nd. The overall design of the mobile OS has not changed as radically as it did last year for iOS 8, but it has become much more refined and packed even fuller with features. 1,143 more words

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Top 5 Features of iOS 8

Apple announced iOS 8 at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 2nd. The overall design of the mobile OS has not changed as radically as it did last year for iOS 8, but it has become much more refined and packed even fuller with features. 1,143 more words

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Apple WWDC 2014

Stumbled across this when randomly web browsing. Components of it are rather interesting if you own an Apple device or are planning to get one. Worth a watch.

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WWDC '14

Apple recently held their annual World-Wide Developer’s Conference and they released many new softwares. For iOS (iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch), they announced iOS 8 which includes several new features. 117 more words

Swift and the future of Apple Apps

This is an interesting article that explains some more details surrounding Apple’s new programming language, known as Swift. I was surprised to hear about Swift at WWDC this year, but I am truly excited for the possibilities that it brings. 20 more words

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