WWDC 2015: DT’s Complete Coverage

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is one of the largest tech events each year, and for Apple fans, it’s one of the two best days of 2015. For the last few years, Apple has debuted much of its hardware in September, but at WWDC we often get our first look at new Mac and iOS software, and strong hints at things to come. We’ll keep you informed of all the news from the keynote, which starts at 10 a.m. PT Monday, June 8, 2015.

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Apple Music arrives tomorrow. Learn everything you need to know in 2 minutes

Should you switch from Spotify to Apple Music when it arrives on June 30? On this episode of Explained, we offer a quick run-down of the features on Apple's new streaming service to help you decide.

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Stop! Why it’s a bad idea to buy an iPad, for now

The new multi-tasking feature in iOS 9 may look like a compelling reason to go out and pick up an iPad Air 2, but careful, it's really not. However, it is a very strong reason to wait and see if the iPad Pro comes out later this year.

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Why Android fans should get pumped for Apple Music

Apple has turned over a new leaf by announcing that Apple Music will be available on Android this fall, something that would never have happened during the Steve Jobs era. Is this just the beginning of many more Apple apps on Android?

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Hands On: The strengths and weaknesses of OS X El Capitan

Apple’s latest update to OS X, El Capitan, makes your Mac easier to use and boosts performance. But does it offer enough to steal momentum from Microsoft’s rapidly approaching release of Windows 10?

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The Best of WWDC 2015 explained

Apple Music, iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan top the list of the latest software to be unveiled by Apple. Joshua Smith breaks down these new additions and more in this new episode of "Explained."

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Apple confirms Apple Music will allow for offline listening like Spotify

Apple confirmed that its streaming music service Apple Music, which launched yesterday at WWDC, will offer offline listening. The feature, which is similar to its streaming music competitors, allows for music playback without cellular or wi-fi service.

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Will iOS 9 finally let the iPad replace your laptop?

Apple has announced that iOS 9 will bring multi-tasking to the iPad at long last, but are dreams of replacing your laptop achievable, or still overly optimistic?

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Apple’s Move to iOS app makes it easier for Android users to jump to iOS

Not announced during WWDC 2015, Apple is cooking up a new app that will allow easy migration for Android users ready to make the jump to iOS. According to Apple, Move to iOS does a lot more than just move over data.

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It's no Spotify killer, but Apple Music sets a new beat for iTunes

Apple calls it revolutionary. I disagree. The concept of radio is as old as … well, as radio. But no one’s made a curated streaming online service quite like this. With the forthcoming Music service, Apple will turn the music world on its ear. Apple Music…

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Swift goes open-source, but what’s in it for Apple?

Apple has announced that its Swift programming launch is set to go open-source. That's an unexpected move for the famously closed-off company, but it's necessary if Apple is to keep its lead in app development.

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