WWDC ’14

Apple recently held their annual World-Wide Developer’s Conference and they released many new softwares. For iOS (iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch), they announced iOS 8 which includes several new features. For OS X (Mac), they announced OS X Yosemite which refined the look of the current operating system: OS X Mavericks. All of these softwares will be available to the public in the fall, but also available to developers. Equally important, Apple has released many new features for developers. They made many iOS 8 SDK improvements, and also included Touch ID API as well as HomeKit. Then, they announced a new programming language: Swift. Surprisingly Apple did not release any new hardware which was a little disappointing for some people. Overall WWDC ’14 was very interesting and new devices such as the iPhone 6, MacBook Air with Retina Display, and maybe even an iWatch. Watch WWDC ’14 here:

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