WWDC is official, and with the announcement, came a collection of really cool images. Thanks to the power of Photoshop, I was able to take those images and fit them to sizes for your screen. Download them below!
Apple has officially announced dates for its annual World Wide Developers Conference. The event will take place McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, from June 3rd to the 7th. We expect to see updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, and the slight possibility of a Mac Pro preview.
With 2019 almost here, it has been quite a year for the Cupertino-based tech giant. This year alone, we saw the HomePod be released, cheaper $329 iPad, Apple moved into their new Apple Park Campus, a number of new Apple Retail Stores were opened to the public, new Macs, a redesigned Apple Watch, new iPhone models, redesigned iPad Pro, and plenty of rumors and leaks. Here’s everything we should expect from Apple going into 2019. Continue reading Apple in 2019: What should we expect?
The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “Inspired by Pro users, but designed for Everyone.”
As you may know, a few months ago Apple announced the dates for its 29th annual developer conference, more commonly known as the WorldWide Developers Conference, or WWDC for short. This year like previous years, we are to expect newer versions of its operating systems- iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, tvOS 11, alongside a few hardware updates including new Macs and the long anticipated release of AirPower and the new AirPods Wireless Charging Case.
Apple announced their luxury AirPower wireless charging mat along side the unveiling of the iPhone 8 and X to celebrate their wireless charging capabilities but where has it gone?
Rumors said the prices of the newer iPhones:
iPhone 2018 – $699- $799
iPhone Xs/11 – $899- $999
iPhone Xs Plus/11 plus – $999- $1099