Apple dedicated a good portion of WWDC 2014 to developers. What do the iOS 8 SDK improvements mean for developers and users? We take a look at all the changes and how they will play into the iOS 8 experience.
If you've used both Mac OS X and Windows 8, you may have recognized that the upcoming OS X Yosemite has a Windows 8-like feature that's built into it. It appears that Apple has executed it better though. You can learn more here.
Apple added new features and improved iCloud integration into the iOS 8 Photos app. Now, you can change the lighting and color settings on all your favorite photos. Thanks to new a API, third-party apps can integrate with the Photos app…
Third-party keyboards will be available for the iPhone and the iPad later this year. Apple announced support for alternative typing methods in iOS 8 during WWDC, and the software will be available later this year.
Apple revealed its push into health with HealthKit and Health. HealthKit creates a composite profile based on information gathered from different health-related apps, while Health displays activity metrics.
Apple introduced a new iOS-infused version of OS X for Mac at WWDC 2014 on Monday. A new feature called Handoff gives all iOS and OS X devices proximity awareness, so that you can switch from email on your iPhone to email your Mac…
Apple just took the wraps off OS X Yosemite at WWDC 2014, which will be released this coming Fall. You can learn more about the next versions of the company's desktop operating system here, which will cost you nothing.