On June 22nd, Apple kicked off their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on the Apple website. Instead of the usual in-person conference, this year’s conference was presented entirely online due to restrictions presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. For the first time, developers, tech enthusiasts, and Apple device users tuned in to a livestream to learn about the new features of the highly anticipated iOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS Big Sur and more. The BIGteam joined in the excitement and compiled our top takeaways from the event.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday brought some #BIGnews for users during the livestream of the event’s keynote presentation, hosted by Apple CEO Tim Cook. While last year’s event focused on speed and responsiveness of Apple software, this year’s conference has brought a host of highly-anticipated updates with iOS 13, along with the new Mac Pro - an incredible piece of hardware geared toward professionals by delivering features such as the powerful graphics card and 28-core Xeon Intel processor. Here are some of the most notable announcements from the event:
Well, 2017 has finally come to an end (it was a doozy, wasn’t it?). This weekend, we’ll be popping some much needed champagne and counting down the seconds ‘til midnight, but in the meantime, we’re recapping some of the biggest tech stories - the good, the bad and the ugly.