We have anxiously awaited the release of Apple’s latest flagship phone for months now, ever since the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C, it seems like. The announcement was only hyped up additionally after the Worldwide Developer’s Conference, when Apple discussed some benchmark modifications and improvements in their mobile operating system, iOS. The time finally came this past week, when Apple showed off the newest two additions to the iPhone family: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Ever since the release of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C just 10 months ago, Apple fanatics have been wondering what the iPhone 6 may look like. The newest edition to their remarkable phone line is sure to rock heads. Ever since the iPhone 3G, Apple has subsequently launched an “S” version of the same phone a year later, with major internal improvements and potentially the addition of a key new software feature. While the iPhone 4S offered Siri and Panoramic shots, with much faster performance, the iPhone 5S offered fingerprint recognition, the most incredible performance ever seen on an iPhone, and it came with a twin, the polycarbonate, eccentric, and slightly more affordable friend, the iPhone 5C.
iCloud was introduced 3 years ago, and it already feels as though we have spent an eternity with it. The usage of the cloud provided by the Cupertino based technology company has been remarkable. The implementation of game improvements, iTunes Match, and iTunes purchase history was the first big step. The next big step was the awesome new iCloud documents, which has proven to be a solid competitor of the acclaimed Google Docs, and iCloud Docs is still in the beta stage.
Apple fanatics have yet another machine to foam at the mouth over, and this time, it is a slightly redesigned version of the critically acclaimed iMac desktop all in one computer. Since the iMac really begin to take off just a decade or so ago, Apple has made some stunning improvements and additions to the machine. The machine has gone from boasting a bulky and clutter building design to featuring one of the most aesthetically appealing designs that I have ever seen in a desktop computer.
Just a week ago, Apple had their annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. The conference is usually designed to notify the world of the nest happenings and upgrades as it pertains to Apple software, usually solely talking about upgrades in iOS and Mac OS X. Occasionally, you will see a few new pieces of hardware, but not this year. Even with no new hardware, the keynote still left us nerds foaming at the mouth. We have finally let the excitement settle down for us regarding WWDC, and in this article we will briefly discuss the Mac OS X improvements featured during WWDC.
Just this month, Apple hosted their annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference, and ultimately shook the world of tech-heads across the globe. The conference is usually used to show off and present new software to the world, but this year, in addition to previewing iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, they also had some big things in for developers. In this article, we will briefly go over the happenings in the technology world, and inform on what exactly is going on.
Alas, Apple fanatics have yet another thing to blog and rave about. After the keynote message at the annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (dubbed “WWDC”), everyone watching took to their respective devices to tweet about the newest additions to the Apple Ecosystem. For some, it was improvements in OS X, and the revealing of Yosemite. For others, it was the debut of Swift and other developer’s improvements. For most, however, it was the long-awaited announcement of iOS 8.