One of the major selling points for Apple and its platforms is privacy and security. So it's no surprise to see the company making improvements in these areas with its next big updates. In this case, Apple is expanding its privacy efforts across its most popular platforms.
Today is the day. At the special keynote to kick off this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has unveiled the next major updates to all of its platforms. And, of course, the first betas are now available for developers to start working with.
Apple finally made it to the next big update for Mac, unveiling the next stage of Apple's desktop operating system.
Apple's confidential information regarding upcoming changes in iOS 15, watchOS 8, tvOS 15 and macOS 13 are trickling in, with just a few hours left until the start of the WWDc21 keynote.
Apple's WWDC21 kicks off tomorrow and the company is expected to unveil some new privacy, notification and multitasking improvement with iOS and iPadOS 15, according to a new report.
It's that time of year again. We're just a few days away from Apple executives (and probably a few others) talking about what's next for its major platforms at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. And, as usual, there's a lot of expectations swirling around the company.
Apple started the beta process for the next update to its major platforms back in May. And now the company is moving along with the process.
On Tuesday, Apple seeded the second betas of iOS 14.7 and iPadOS 14.7 to registered developers. While there were some minor discoveries made after the first beta was seeded, it looks like this update will be minor in terms of new additions. It's likely that Apple is aiming to smooth out any underlying issues discovered since the public launch of iOS 14.6 earlier this year.
With this year's Worldwide Developers Conference set to start next week, we're going to get a lot of answers for questions floating around out there. Of course, one of those questions is what Apple plans on calling the next version of its desktop operating system. It's always fun to watch Apple unveil it, and this year will probably be no different.
Apple Arcade, launched back in September 2019, is a subscription service that provides access to exclusive games on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. When it first launched, there weren't a lot of titles available on the service. Fast forward to 2021, and we now have access to more than 180 amazing games. Apple charges a flat subscription fee every month, which gives you access to all the exclusive titles.
Not too long ago now, Apple's newest iMac went on sale. And, as should be expected these days, the crew at iFixit got their hands on one and promptly went to work taking it apart.
It isn't completely unheard of for Apple to launch new hardware at its developer-focused annual conference. As such, for those interested in a new MacBook Pro, this year's event may be one to watch.
"Why Mac?" Well, that's a good question! And now Apple has a dedicated webpage to answer it.