1. Mac-in-Business
    June 5th, 2014 by Ryan Faas
    What iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and iCloud Drive will mean in the enterprise

    [Editor's note: This article originally appeared on CITEworld.] Apple’s WWDC keynote was an interesting mix of user-oriented features and developer-focused...

  2. News
    June 5th, 2014 by Rich Mogull
    iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite: will they keep us safer?

    It used to be Apple rarely highlighted security and privacy in its developer-focused WWDC keynote presentation. But over the past few years Apple...

  3. News
    June 4th, 2014 by Roman Loyola
    WWDC: Apple Design Awards winners for 2014

    While Apple spent the first morning of its Worldwide Developers Conference showing off its new operating systems, the company ended the day by announcing...

  4. Blogs
    June 4th, 2014 by Jon Phillips
    No iWatch, no problem: Why Apple was wise to delay its smartwatch launch

    Apple’s executive team managed to get through its entire WWDC keynote on Tuesday without mentioning the terms “wearable,” “smartwatch” or...

  5. News
    June 4th, 2014 by Philip Michaels
    Apple pledges to restore order to its oversized App Store

    Every time Tim Cook stands before an audience, the Apple CEO has a battalion of numbers at the ready to illustrate the breadth and depth of the App...

  6. Blogs
    June 4th, 2014 by Dan Frakes and Dan Moren
    iCloud FAQ: Why Apple’s online service will matter more than ever

    While the focus of Tuesday’s WWDC keynote was on Apple’s two operating systems, iCloud was a strong supporting player. That’s because,...

  7. Blogs
    June 4th, 2014 by Macworld Staff
    iOS 8 FAQ: What we know so far

    Given iOS 7’s major visual overhaul last year, it wouldn’t have been surprising if Apple decided to take a step back and focus on small under-the-hood...

  8. News
    June 2nd, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    WWDC 2014 Live Blog

    Apple will take that stage at San Francisco’s Moscone West Center at 3am AEST Tuesday morning for WWDC 2014 and we will be there with live coverage...

  9. Blogs
    June 2nd, 2014 by Dan Frakes
    iOS 8 changes we’d like to see: The OS and Home screen

    WWDC is almost here, which means we’re likely to see a preview of iOS 8, the next iteration of Apple’s mobile OS. Over the past few weeks,...

  10. Help
    June 2nd, 2014 by Serenity Caldwell
    Lock your iPhone’s camera into black and white

    I enjoy browsing Instagram and shooting photos for my account far more than any sane person reasonably should. No, its filters don’t make a bad...

  11. News
    May 30th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Apple’s smart home system focusing on Made for iPhone

    The rumours from earlier this week of a smart home system may be slightly off the mark, with Apple looking to certify home automation devices already...

  12. News
    May 30th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Split-screen multitasking for iOS 8 will not appear at WWDC

    Apple will not show off the split-screen multitasking feature rumoured to be a part of iOS 8 at WWDC 2014, according to reports, with the feature...

  13. News
    May 30th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    UPDATED: Apple raises banners for WWDC, announces live stream

    UPDATED: New images of the Moscone West Centre have been added to the end of this article.   The Moscone West Center in San Francisco is being...

  14. Blogs
    May 30th, 2014 by Dan Frakes
    iOS 8 changes we’d like to see: FaceTime, Maps, Messages, Music

    Next week is Apple’s annual developer conference, where in all likelihood we’ll get a preview of iOS 8, the next version of Apple’s mobile OS....

  15. Blogs
    May 29th, 2014 by Susie Ochs
    Apple doesn’t need its own gadgets to dominate the smart home

    If you believe the weekend rumours, Apple will announce a connected-home platform next week at WWDC. But before you get too excited about an iThermostat...

  16. Help
    May 28th, 2014 by Chris Barylick
    Apple Tech advice: How to replace the glass on an old iPad

    I’ve been both curious and terrified about the process of replacing damaged front glass on a first-or second-generation iPad, but this was the last...

  17. Mac-in-Business
    May 28th, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Microsoft must avoid a mobile Office for Mac

    When Apple updated its iWork suite in January, it was seen as a downgrade by many, features previously available had disappeared, replaced by promises...

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