Apple noted yesterday that handy transcripts of all the session videos from its 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference are now available to the general public.
At WWDC 2018, Apple announced updates to its platforms, including iOS and macOS. In standard fashion, the new builds include a flagship wallpaper, including a brand new iOS 12 wallpaper for iPhone and iPad.
Currently, the wallpapers are only available via beta releases of the platforms. However, we have assembled early releases for our fans! Through my network of wallpaper-thirsty Twitter followers, I received tips via @jim_gresham to compile these iOS 12 wallpapers for iPhone and iPad. Thanks to you!
Following yesterday's presentation of Apple's iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS Mojave and tvOS 12 software updates in San Jose, the full WWDC 2018 keynote talk along with other promotional videos they had played during the show are now available to stream from YouTube.
After announcing the winner of the fantasy draft, Cody and Sebastien share their overview of the WWDC 2018 keynote and all the announcements made for iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS.
Apple on Monday unveiled the next major software update for its iPhones and iPads: iOS 12. The update brings about a number of new features and improvements, including faster performance, group FaceTime calling with up to 32 people, tons of new stuff for AR and Animoji, and much more.
As it does every year during WWDC, Apple has announced the winners of this year's Design Awards. These awards are typically given out to apps and games that set themselves apart for any number of reasons including user experience, functionality, audio and visual design, and more.
In addition to all of the software announcements made today, Apple also introduced new colorways for its line of Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases. The summer-themed shades are Peach, Sky Blue and Marine Green, and you can find them in the silicone Apple Watch Sport Bands, as well as the silicone cases for the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Here’s a look back at the WWDC 2018. Included here are first looks at iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave. What was your favorite new feature to come out of the event?
Among the new features introduced in iOS 12 are some new gestures for iPad. It wasn't mentioned on stage (at least we don't recall seeing it), but Apple is bringing iPhone X-esque gestures to its tablet with the latest iOS update.
As with all of Apple's major software updates, macOS Mojave includes a number of privacy and security enhancements. Among them is a new feature called Intelligent Tracking Prevention, which essentially makes it more difficult for data companies to track users.
Addressing a long-standing question of potentially merging the iPhone, iPad and Mac operating systems into one with a “no,” Apple did provide a sneak peek at upcoming new frameworks designed to help developers port their iOS apps over to the Mac without too much fuss.
Apple unveiled a new Mac App Store in macOS Mojave. The update, the first for the MAS since it was first launched, should be more useful to use. A lot of the features are coming over from the iOS App Store.
The new store offers a Ratings and Reviews API for Mac apps. There's also a Create tab, as well as video previews. Apple also announced that Microsoft Office 360 would be coming to the MAS this year.