The WWDC 2020 has wrapped up and it's one of the most successful developers conferences Apple has held to date, despite being pre-recorded in front of an empty auditorium in the Steve Jobs Theater. We got to see a company firing from all cylinders as various executives demonstrated a bunch of cool new features in iOS and iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14. That's not even mentioning the Apple Silicon announcement, strengthening your privacy across Apple platforms and a bunch of new APIs for developers, to name but a few.
FairPlay is a digital rights management (DRM) tool that Apple developed in-house. It allows the streaming of DRM-protected content on a range of devices, and now the Apple Watch is being added to that list.
Apple this morning shared a new video recap highlighting some of the developer features it explored in detail during the second day of its five-day WWDC 2020 event.
According to an ex-Intel engineer, bad quality assurance of Intel's Skylake chips has reinforced the notion within Apple that the company should hasten its long-expected switch to its own in-house designed desktop chips based on its custom sic lion in iOS devices.
For those who need (or want!) to use Windows, but prefer Apple hardware, Boot Camp has made it possible to use Microsoft's desktop operating system on Apple's computers for years. But that is coming to an end soon.
While Apple has introduced private and secure means to store usernames and passwords, implementing them can still be a bit of a chore. So Apple has a new idea to bypass those entry fields with Safari 14.
Along with iOS 14 and macOS 11.0 Big Sur, Apple also revealed the next major update to the iPad lineup: iPadOS 14 at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference.
With the current iPhone lineup and iOS 13, Apple welcomed the U1 chip and Ultra Wideband technology for improved spatial awareness. But, up until this point, Apple hasn't really done much with it.
Apple has officially left OS X behind as it welcomes macOS 11.0 Big Sur into the family. So here's a look at some of the most exciting features coming to the desktop operating system.
Remember 2016? Seems like forever ago now. Well, back then Apple was making waves by eliminating the startup chime in the MacBook Pro, and, subsequently, future models in the lineup as well.
While launching a major update for your operating system typically means adding things to the mix, it sometimes means taking things away, too. And this time around it's the Network Utility app.
Apple is making important changes within iOS 14, the next major installment of Apple's most popular operating system. That includes new notifications for more information.