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It's getting closer: Apple’s famous developer conference to return to San Jose
"WWDC will inspire developers from all walks of life to turn their passions into the next great innovations and apps that customers use every day."
Apple makes its latest move with the smart home
Home highlights Apple’s overriding strategy when it comes to the smart home: to become the central enabler.
Siri soon to have a new home: Apple previews major update with macOS Sierra
The question is, what can the Mac do now? Well, soon you’ll be able to just ask.
Apple's smart home devices, coming next month
Apple has revealed HomeKit devices will begin to launch as early as May or June of this year, nearly a year after revealing the project.
Apple takes WWDC back to its roots with software updates...
Apple is at pains to note its popularity with developers, boasting that it now has over 9 million registered developers, who have developed 1.2 million apps that have in turn been downloaded 75 billion times.
Apple: "Can't innovate anymore? My ass"
In a direct address to all Apple critics and competitors the company's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing Philip Schiller had this to say...
Apple introduces iTunes Radio
Live from the WWDC in San Francisco, Apple releases free internet radio service featuring over 200 stations and a vast catalogue of iTunes music.
Apple releases OS X Mavericks preview
Live from the WWDC in San Francisco, Apple unveils a developer preview of OS X Mavericks, the 10th major release of the operating system.
Take a sneak peek at Apple's iOS7
With Apple's WWDC now underway, an early indication of iOS7 has been revealed…
Apple: "We simplify, we perfect"
Before CEO Tim Cook kickstarted the WWDC 2013, Apple insists it will not be rushed in its quest for perfection.
Apple streams WWDC live from San Fran
Wakey wakey rise and shine, Apple's WWDC is streaming live…
Apple's WWDC takes centre stage
Cupertino firm begins preparations for its annual developer's conference next week.