When Apple's executive team took the stage at WWDC to tout its latest software developments, it also took aim at many existing features. Here are five things that Apple tried to kill during its annual developer's conference.
In an interview with Apple's vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, Lisa Jackson, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called on developers to turn their talents toward social justice causes.
Apple didn't want to hold this year's WWDC keynote completely online, but when forced into it, the company did an exceptional job — and so much so that it will be a shame if the 2021 WWDC reverts to a live show.
In a report about the implications for the supply chain of Apple's move away from Intel, well-regarded analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that specific components required to build the first Apple Silicon Macs — like the rumored 24-inch iMac — will initially cost the company more.
As part of Apple's crackdown on the amount of data an app or service can acquire about its users, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 includes "Approximate Location" controls, a system that prevents sharing an exact location of an iPhone or iPad.
As part of Apple's move from Intel to ARM for macOS and Macs, developers will be able to apply for a Developer Transition Kit, which will be the first Mac Apple produces using its self-designed silicon.
Apple's macOS 11.0 Big Sur will be released later in 2020, and Apple has revealed that it will be bringing a refreshed design to all of its apps, and the Finder, plus adding an iOS-style Control Center, and improvements to Maps and Messages.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced Apple's biggest event of the year into an entirely online-only event. Here's how to watch the reveal of Apple's operating system updates, on nearly any modern device.
Apple's ARM-based Mac will most likely be announced at WWDC, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, with the first models in the line using ARM processors expected to consist of a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and an iMac with an "all-new form factor."