WWDC 2016: Everything you need to know
I flew out to San Francisco to attend WWDC 2016 last month, and since then I’ve written a plethora of articles that should provide you with just about all the information you need to understand what Apple announced at its developer’s event. The problem with the news cycle is that most articles only last a little while before disappearing into the Internet’s depths, so I thought I’d put what I’ve written together in one place so you can navigate through everything I wrote, so here goes:
I have been using the new macOS as my main system for weeks now and my opinion hasn’t changed — here’s one of the earliest previews of the new system published anywhere.
I spoke with Apple’s Ron Huang, Director of Software Engineering for Location and Motion Technologies and Dawna Callahan, Challenged Athletes Foundation Director of Programs. They told me some of the details behind development of Apple’s fantastic wheelchair activity solution.
What’s interesting about Apple’s Breathe app.
Apple’s very serious about privacy. It is also serious about artificial intelligence, and differential privacy is an essential component to what the company plans ahead. Every Apple user needs to understand the implications of this tech.
The title’s self-explanatory — if you’re a Mac user you need to understand what you’ll be able to do with Siri.
Apple has packed a huge number of enhancements inside Photos and you’ll need to know your way around each one of them, so that’s why this article exists.
Everything you’ll need to know about the new Apple Watch software.
Did you know all these features? Do you know them now? Check to find out. (Also read this great selection of tips).
Get a head start on the new OS by getting to know these tips.
These improvements really up the ante on the company’s messaging software.
There’s so much to look forward to for Apple TV users — lots of great improvements are coming.
The massively improved Remote app in iOS 10 will deliver a lot for Apple TV users.
Apple is becoming increasingly focused on the enterprise, and that’s going to yield big returns.
I sat around nine rows back to listen in on Apple’s big reveals. Here’s everything the company announced as it happened.
I do hope you enjoy working through all my coverage around the event.