WWDC 2018 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 2018 (along with “new iPhone day,” of course). For the last few years, Apple has debuted much of its hardware in September, but at WWDC — which takes place from June 4 – 8 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, which starts at 10 a.m. PT Monday, June 4.

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Wearables

WatchOS 5 comes with tons of new features -- here are our favorites

Months after Apple announced its latest software at WWDC, you can now download WatchOS for the Apple Watch. WatchOS 5 brings a number of new features including new watch faces and improved health tracking.
Mobile

Here are the iPads and iPhones that support Apple’s iOS 12

iOS 12 is officially here and it has iPhone and iPad devices feeling brand new again. But which iOS devices support the update? We've complied a list of 22 devices compatible with iOS 12.
Mobile

Putting the app in Apple: Check out our favorite new and updated iOS 12 apps

Get ready for some huge changes to your iPhone or iPad. Apple is releasing iOS 12 on September 18. The latest iOS features a number of updated apps, as well as a few new ones. Here's some of our favorite apps in iOS 12.
Wearables

WatchOS 4.0: Everything you need to know

Apple has launched an update to its Apple Watch operating system, WatchOS 4.0. The update brings an intelligent Siri watch face, along with better activity tracking and updates to the Music app, among other things.
DT Daily

On Apple’s big WWDC day, why was new smart home tech MIA?

Despite all the news out of Apple's WWDC, smart home tech seemed to get short shrift. Plus: Qualcomm turns their 845 chip up to 850 for laptop duties, and ASUS may be showing the way forward for the lowly touch pad.
Computing

Microsoft Office 365 apps will hit the revamped Mac App Store later this year

During the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, Apple said Microsoft is working on Office 365 apps for the Mac App Store. They're likely based on Apple's just-revealed support for the iOS development platform in MacOS Mojave.
Mobile

iOS 12 is more evidence you should buy an iPhone, not an Android phone

The next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 12, will be compatible with devices all the way back to 2013’s iPhone 5S. Android phones from the same era didn’t even see 2016’s software update. It’s further evidence you…
Mobile

iOS 12 adds a Snapchat-like camera for iMessages, with AR-powered Memojis

Apple's native texting app Messages will soon have a new camera with stickers, filters, and text effects. Apple is also bringing several new features to Photos in iOS 12 that are designed for sharing with friends.
Mobile

5 obviously stupid iPhone problems that iOS 12 doesn’t even try to fix

At WWDC 2018, Apple took the wraps off the latest version of its iOS operating system. iOS 12 introduces quite a bit of changes -- visually and under the hood -- but there are still some basics that it doesn’t address. Here are a few of…
Smart Home

Is Apple showing up late to the smart home party, or just not coming?

Apple’s WWDC 2018 featured a lot of little announcements, but what was largely missing was news on the smart home front. Is Amazon planning on being late to the smart home party, or are they planning on attending at all?
Computing

iPhone apps are finally coming to your MacBook. Eventually. Sorta.

Apple made its stance perfectly clear during the WWDC 2018 keynote, stating that it's not merging iOS with MacOS. Instead, Apple is bringing UIkit to MacOS so that iOS app developers aren't starting from scratch for Macs.
Computing

Another Mac-less Apple event has come and gone

Now that Apple's WWDC keynote is out of the way, we can turn our attention to what wasn't announced. Apple didn't showcase any new Macs at the conference, and the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, and Mac Mini could each use an update.
Home Theater

Apple TV 4K to add Dolby Atmos, out-of-this-world screen savers in next update

Apple has announced a new software update for its Apple TV 4K that will provide users with more channels, shots from the Internation Space Station, Dolby Atmos object-based surround sound, and more.
Computing

MacOS Mojave brings Dark Mode, stacking, and a redesigned App Store to Macs

MacOS Mojave was announced as the next release of the Mac operating system at WWDC today, and Apple revealed that along with a new Dark Mode, iOS apps will soon be able to run on your favorite Mac hardware along with security enhancements.
DT Daily

Microsoft puts GitHub in its cart. Will it suffer same fate as Skype and Nokia?

Microsoft's big purchase overshadows Apple's WWDC event, we take a loving look at a brightly colored laptop line from yesteryear, and Nvidia channels George Jetson to pump up the robot revolution.
Cars

Bye to Apple Maps, hello to Waze: CarPlay to support third-party navigation apps

Everybody loves CarPlay, but not everybody loves using Apple Maps to get around. Apple has announced that CarPlay in iOS 12 will offer support for third-party navigational apps like Google Maps and Waze.
Mobile

Everything Apple announced at WWDC, from iOS 12 to MacOS Mojave

At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, the company showcases it's latest innovations to thousands of developers. From its newest operating systems to new features on WatchOS, tvOS, and more, here's everything we saw at WWDC 2018.
Gaming

Lego partners with Apple to add augmented component to physical playsets

With the help of Apple ARKit 2.0, Lego has created a new augmented reality experience that supplements your physical Lego kits with virtual buildings, people, foliage, and vehicles.