WWDC 2016 – Apple provides tickets via Lottery System

With the 2016 WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference), Apple is providing the widely popular tickets via a lottery system.  Developers can begin the application process for tickets and registration goes through April 22, 2016 at 10pm.   This year, Apple is giving access to over 1,000 Apple engineers to the attending developers, and they will more »


Metal for Mac is a big deal for gamers, and this is why

Aspyr Media’s Director of Technology, Jez Sherlock, says the news looks good.


Split-screen multitasking for iPad in iOS 9 is an exciting productivity improvement

The addition of even this limited sort of multi-windowed multitasking is a big step forward for the iOS.

Apple News app for iPhone and iPad coming along iOS 9 this fall

A news reader that will go up against Flipboard and the like.

Apple Music announced for iOS, Mac, and Windows

Does Apple Music have what it takes to bring down Spotify?

Apple updates Apple Pay at WWDC 2015

You’ll soon be able to use Apple Pay in more ways in more places.

WWDC 2015: Apple Watch getting native apps, more

Available to developers today, coming to the public this fall.

Apple announces iOS 9 at WWDC 2015

Some long-awaited features are finally on their way.

WWDC 2015: Yosemite becomes OS X El Capitan

OS X Yosemite will soon become OS X El Capitan in the upcoming free update to OS X.

WWDC 2015 dates announced, registration open

Apple sets date for WWDC. What will they have in store?

Six key features of Apple iOS 8

There are mixed reactions to what Apple has let us know about iOS 8’s new features; some have been disappointed, while others are more than excited to get a feel for what’s ahead for their iDevices, even if they won’t get to use the new features until this fall. In the meantime, here are six key features of iOS 8 that all of us should be looking forward to.

WWDC 2014: Apple iOS 8 SDK available now for developers

As Apple announced iOS 8 today at the WWDC 2014 keynote, it also made the iOS 8 SDK available for developers. According to Apple, iOS 8 SDK is so far the biggest developer release ever, containing more than 4,000 new APIs. iOS 8 gives developers the ability to further customize user experience with major extensibility features, including Notification Center widgets and third-party keyboards.