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WWDC 2014 has Cook teasing “mother of all releases for devs”

WWDC 2014 has Cook teasing “mother of all releases for devs”

This morning Tim Cook spoke with the public at Apple’s developers conference WWDC 2014 about how they’d be ringing in this session with OS X, iOS, and "the mother of all releases for devs." Today, said Cook, "you’re going to see how they’ve been engineered to work seamlessly together."

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WWDC 2014: Rumor roundup ahead of the keynote

WWDC 2014: Rumor roundup ahead of the keynote

As we wait for the WWDC Keynote speech to start, a few rumors have caught our eye. Though Apple likes to keep the world in a holding pattern until they’re ready to tell us what is really going on, some interesting tidbits of info have come pouring out. It seems this year’s WWDC may not be as much about hardware as it has been in years past, but the software should be pretty special.

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Apple WWDC 2014: we’re here with the big black banner

Apple WWDC 2014: we’re here with the big black banner

The ominous big black banner looms overhead as we prepare to enter the 2014 WWDC keynote presentation for Apple. This year’s event is sure to bring on some big updates in the software world for Apple’s various mobile and desktop machines, with at least one new name coming in hot. That’s what black banners are for, after all.

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Why WWDC is shaping up to be a huge event

Why WWDC is shaping up to be a huge event

The Worldwide Developers Conference is just days away and Apple fans around the world are getting a little more than excited to see what the company has come up with for 2014. Will Apple move forward with not one but two iPhones? Will we finally see an iWatch or a smartband that users can wear around the wrist? Will new iPads come out? The excitement surrounding the event has hit a fever pitch.

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Mac OS X Yosemite and El Cap names tipped

Mac OS X Yosemite and El Cap names tipped

Rumors abound over Apple's upcoming developers conference: what will be introduced, what changes will take place, and more. Latest among them are hints dropped by Apple's own WWDC event efforts -- in this case, a possible hint about what the next version of OS X will be called.

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New WWDC banner suggests iOS 8 will arrive next week

New WWDC banner suggests iOS 8 will arrive next week

As they are wont to do, Apple has begun erecting banners ahead of WWDC. The various posters are meant to welcome attendees, but give us all a hint at what’s to come from the conference. While we previously saw a banner with Apple’s tagline for the event, we now see that iOS 8 will, indeed, be showing up at Moscone West.

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iOS 7 cements iPhone and iPad base as iOS 8 beckons

iOS 7 cements iPhone and iPad base as iOS 8 beckons

The latest iOS usage data suggests Apple is headed into its big iOS 8 reveal with the old version dominating installs, with nearly nine out of ten iPhone users in North America believed to be on iOS 7. Crunching browser data from serving ad impressions, Chitika discovered that of the "tens of millions" of iPhone and iPad users spotted in the seven days up until May 28th, 89.7-percent had iOS 7 on their phone, and 84.8-percent on their tablet.

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Apple may not be ready to show off split-screen iPad feature

Apple may not be ready to show off split-screen iPad feature

That iOS 8 feature that allows iPads to run apps in a split-screen environment may not make an appearance at WWDC, sources say. According to those in the know, the feature is just not ready for prime time, and won’t be shown on stage. The utility is still expected to arrive on iOS 8 later this year.

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This is how Apple will connect your home — via software

This is how Apple will connect your home — via software

Apple’s connected home ambitions are rounding into shape, and a new report details just how it all may come to pass. Via a series of software customizations (likely via APIs), it seems Apple is bridging the connected home landscape. Rather than make their own hardware, or partner with various vendors to create “approved” devices, Apple might be giving us choices, backed by software.

Apple has best products coming later this year, iTunes chief says

Apple has best products coming later this year, iTunes chief says

Apple’s got something major in the works, according to their iTunes and iCloud chief Eddy Cue. At the Code Conference this week, Cue said Apple has the best products he’s seen in his quarter-century with the company coming later this year. That’s a bold statement from a guy who’s seen just about everything Apple’s ever done.

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Apple WWDC tipped to include cheaper iMac, iPhone 5s (Highly unlikely)

Apple WWDC tipped to include cheaper iMac, iPhone 5s (Highly unlikely)

Apple's developers conference kicks off soon, and with it could come the introduction of a cheaper iMac and 8GB iPhone 5s, it has been suggested. The information goes on to suggest how Apple will go about reducing the cost of the iMac, something that would better position it against competitors.

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New iMac listing spotted in OS X beta

New iMac listing spotted in OS X beta

A refresh for the iMac lineup is expected soon, and could be announced as soon as Apple’s WWDC next week. The company may have tipped their hat a touch early, though, as three new iMacs were spotted in an OS X Mavericks beta version. References to the three devices were listed, and the beta has since been yanked from circulation.

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