WWDC 2019 Complete Coverage

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is a key tech event each year, and for Apple fans, it will be one of the two best times of 2019 (along with “new iPhone day,” of course). For the last few years, Apple has debuted much of its hardware in September, and at WWDC — which takes place from June 3 – 7 in San Jose, California — we often get our first look at new macOS, iOS, and watchOS software, and strong hints at things to come. We’ll keep you informed of all the news from the keynote.

Apple TV+: Everything you need to know about Apple’s new streaming service

Apple TV+, the new streaming service from the company that brought you the iPhone, the iPad, and Mac computers, has arrived. Here's everything that you need to know.
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WatchOS 6: All the new features in Apple’s latest Apple Watch operating system

The Apple Watch's WatchOS 6 brings a ton of new features to the device, including a new Apple Watch App Store, a Noise app, new fitness tracking features, and more.

As Google keeps racing ahead, where is Apple’s A.I. strategy?

The contrast between Google’s I/O developer conference and Apple’s WWDC on the topic of artificial intelligence is stark, but what does it mean? We take a look at how Apple has fallen behind and what it might do to catch up.

12 beautiful apps that just won Apple design awards

Apple has announced the winners for the 2016 design awards, and boy are there some beautiful apps on show this year. The winning selection includes games, productivity apps, and more.
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