More reason to believe a larger iPad Pro is inevitable.
Because App Store and HomeKit.
Apple’s iPad-centric iOS 9 focuses on productivity. Is the iPad Pro far behind?
Smarter Siri, iPad multitasking, Apple Music, and more.
No more Passbook.
It just took way too long.
And this is just the beginning, with WWDC right around the corner.
Force Touch on iPhones and iPads could change the way we use apps.
Apple wants you to believe it will be earthshaking.
At WWDC, Apple dropped some important clues about where it thinks its future lies. And it’s not in your pocket.
Apple is the king of devices in a world that’s gone fully to the cloud. The contrast with Android couldn’t be clearer.
Swift is supposed to make it much easier to build iOS apps. That could blow up the entire app market by lowering the cost of entry.
Two—and Siri doesn’t count.
Giving customers features they want—even if they’re copied from Android—is a welcome development.
It’s relatively easy to download and install the beta version of Apple’s iOS 8.
No smartwatch? No problem.
It’s free, but Apple is only taking a million testers.
No iWatch, no Macs, no Apple TV, no new Maps. Even the iBeacon got no chance to shine.
The company has quietly pulled the plug on a device it was still actively pushing earlier this year.
With 4,000 new APIs, iOS 8 is the biggest launch for Apple developers in six years.