The 2016 edition of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference kicked off yesterday with a keynote that has yet to be posted to Apple’s own site. Fortunately the big tech blogs and notable YouTubers were there to fill the void.
iOS, tvOS, watchOS and the newly-renamed macOS are each getting a slew of new features. I saw a handy index of text links on iPhone in Canada, but to really understand what went down yesterday I figured that video was the way to go.
So let’s get to it!
The Verge is famous for their Apple keynote edits; this one is not a mega-clip of product superlatives, just a nice 10-minute summary of the proceedings.
Here’s Marques Brownlee with his 7-minute recap of the keynote…
… And with a focus on iOS, Jonathan Morrison with his own summary.
Finally, here’s Apple’s schmaltzy love letter to developers—all coding dutifully on Apple products, even though they no longer have to.
For more on the Worldwide Developer Conference, please see the link directly below.
Link: WWDC – Apple Developer