wwdc

wwdc news search results

Developer news items we found relating to wwdc

35 results
ADC-2023-schedule

ADC 2023 schedule


Thursday, November 16, 2023 by

The highly anticipated 9th Annual Audio Developer Conference (ADC23) is just a week away, and limited in-person tickets remain available for this groundbreaking event. The conference kicks off next week from November 13-15, 2023, offering a unique opportunity for professionals and enthusiasts alike to delve into the latest advancements in audio development. Fo...


Vision-Pro-headset-and-visionOS-from-Apple

Vision Pro headset and visionOS from Apple


Monday, June 12, 2023 by

At WWDC23, Apple introduced its groundbreaking new technology and operating system, Apple Vision Pro and visionOS. According to Apple the "Apple Vision Pro seamlessly blends digital content with your physical space." The new headset is expected to launch in early 2024 for around $3500 USD. Apple noted that its new OS allows users to "Naviga...


Apple-WWDC23-rumors

Apple WWDC23 rumors


Thursday, June 1, 2023 by

As the highly anticipated Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC23) approaches, Apple developers, enthusiasts, and tech aficionados are buzzing with excitement and sharing rumors. The event is just around the corner and we have gathered the top rumors that are fueling the anticipation for yet another groundbreaking Apple event. Top rumors for WWDC...


SKAdNetwork-and-Private-Relay-quasi-VPN

SKAdNetwork and Private Relay quasi-VPN


Thursday, June 30, 2022 by

During Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2020 and 2021, Apple came out with major updates to privacy that impacted mobile marketers for years to come in the iOS space. It’s no surprise everyone was waiting with bated breath to see where Apple would take us with WWDC 2022 announcements around iOS 16. While there were certainly going to be some...


Apple-WWDC-2022-announcements

Apple WWDC 2022 announcements


Thursday, June 9, 2022 by

"The release of iOS 16 promises the ability to customize the phone’s lock screen to an incredible degree, allowing users to change every aspect of the look of their screen. The new Live Activities feature also helps to avoid being bombarded with notifications. Letting users have different lock screens for different purposes like work or personal is an inte...


App-price-and-tax-changes-from-Apple

App price and tax changes from Apple


Thursday, January 20, 2022 by

Apple has announced new price and tax changes for purchases and apps. According to Apple, "When taxes or foreign exchange rates change, we sometimes need to update prices on the App Store in certain regions and/or adjust your proceeds." In-App Purchase and App price and tax and changes "In the next few days, prices of apps and in-app purchases (e...


Kaya-Thomas-weighs-in-on-WWDC-2021

Kaya Thomas weighs in on WWDC 2021


Thursday, May 13, 2021 by

We recently teamed up with Bitrise -  who is on a mission to help the world's best-known brands build mobile apps, and create an environment where everyone can have an impact. They have conducted a series of interviews with mobile developers from companies like Disney Streaming, WeTransfer, and Calm to get their outlook on what to expect from Apple at the Wo...


Datagran-launches-no-code-platform

Datagran launches no-code platform


Tuesday, July 14, 2020 by

Datagran introduced its flagship platform. Designed to empower developers and growth hackers within data intensive companies, the Datagran platform allows companies to accelerate time-to-market for existing and new products and reduce the total number of tools needed to meet their business goals - without the need to write code and build APIs. Many companies today ar...


WWDC-announcements-will-change-the-Apple-ecosystem-for-developers

WWDC announcements will change the Apple ecosystem for developers


Monday, July 13, 2020 by

While WWDC is always a lively time for updates for developers, there’s rarely much to be excited about. This year, that changed. Showcasing bold moves to create a unified experience across devices, Apple focused on removing some of the biggest hurdles around app consumption and pain points around functionality and performance. The biggest show of this unifie...


iOS-developer-changes-in-iOS-13-you-missed

iOS developer changes in iOS 13 you missed


Friday, October 25, 2019 by

We recently caught up with George Deglin, CEO and Co-Founder at OneSignal who says the team at OneSignal has been tracking code changes in iOS 13 since June, and they identified several technical changes that Apple had not formally announced elsewhere. In Xcode 11 Apple changed the results of a function that many developers were using to get push tokens. More unann...


What-Apple-iOS-developers-can-expect-from-iOS-13,-iPhone,-and-more

What Apple iOS developers can expect from iOS 13, iPhone, and more


Tuesday, September 10, 2019 by

Unlike the WWDC held by Apple every year, today is the Apple event any gearhead wants to sit and watch - even if you aren't a developer. New iPhones, new iPads, new Macbooks - there will be no shortage of hardware news coming from Steve Jobs Way, Cupertino, CA. Here is all we know so far, which is largely speculatory -but some of this is founded on actual re...


The-app-store-is-not-a-monopoly-says-Apple-employees-in-new-survey

The app store is not a monopoly says Apple employees in new survey


Thursday, May 30, 2019 by

Blind is an anonymous social network with thousands of verified employees engaging in discussions about work-related issues and industry trends. Their weekly surveys gather real-time insight into employee sentiment on trending issues, with results broken down by company. The most recent survey asked Is Apple creating a monopoly by only allowing consumers to purcha...


HEIC-images-in-iOS-11-get-support-from-imgix

HEIC images in iOS 11 get support from imgix


Monday, September 11, 2017 by

Ahead of the anticipated iOS 11 launch, imgix, a provider of on-demand image processing, has announced it will support the new HEIC image format that will be introduced along with the new mobile operating system from Apple. Remember the fairly new HEIC format aims to help your photos and videos take up alot less space on the device - as much as 50% less in most reports....


Predictions-for-Apple-Watch,-ObjectiveC,-Google,-and-the-rise-of-Snapchat

Predictions for Apple Watch, ObjectiveC, Google, and the rise of Snapchat


Thursday, December 22, 2016 by

Editors note: Predictions by Alexander Stigsen, the CEO and co-founder of Realm   By the end of 2017, the Apple Watch will still have a very small and uninteresting ecosystem of apps. It won’t be until the next generation of Watch - Series 3 in maybe late 2017 before the Watch platform is sufficiently powerful to attract significant third-party applications...


Swift-Programmers-Using-Checkmarx-Can-Now-Detect-Security-and-Code-Flaws

Swift Programmers Using Checkmarx Can Now Detect Security and Code Flaws


Wednesday, September 7, 2016 by

Since launching publicly at Apple’s WWDC in 2014, Swift has soared in popularity amongst programmers and has caught the attention of other major technology players in the process. Google is now even considering implementing Swift as a “first class” language for Android. Facebook and Uber are exploring ways to make Swift more central to their operations, while IBM, ...


Which-Operating-System-Keeps-Users-More-Engaged

Which Operating System Keeps Users More Engaged


Monday, July 4, 2016 by

Google and Apple are locked in an incredibly tight race for mobile dominance. A lot is up in the air with upcoming Android N and iOS 10, but one thing is clear: right now, Android is winning, not only in market share, but also in app engagement. However, all that could change with announcements from Google I/O and WWDC.Keeping users engaged is more important than ever a...


Swift

Swift's Move to Enterprise An Interview with IBM


Friday, June 24, 2016 by

A recent conversation with John Ponzo, IBM Fellow and Chief Technology Officer for Mobile, revealed some pretty interesting insights into the progression of Swift for the enterprise and what to expect in the coming months.ADM: Tell us a little bit about IBM’s work with Swift. What is the goal in bringing Swift to the cloud?Ponzo: At IBM, we’ve seen the value of Swift as...


Didn

Didn't Get a Ticket to WWDC Check Out These Alternate Events in San Francisco


Friday, May 27, 2016 by

Apple’s annual WWDC developer conference is a notoriously hard ticket to get. And if you are one of the lucky ones, congratulations! For everyone else, you can still immerse yourself in all things Apple with other events that are being in San Francisco held during the week of June 13 - 17. While you might not be able attend the actual event, you can still network a...


Apple-Watch-Rapidly-Moving-to-Dominate-Wearable-Market

Apple Watch Rapidly Moving to Dominate Wearable Market


Wednesday, September 2, 2015 by

Apple’s first foray into the wearables market is just more proof of the company’s dominance in mobile technology as it is now second in total worldwide wearable sales in the latest the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker report. According to the IDC, Apple shipped a total of 3.6 million units in the second quarter of 201...


With-Material-Design-Rules,-Google-Has-the-Upper-Hand-on-Crossplatform-UX

With Material Design Rules, Google Has the Upper Hand on Crossplatform UX


Monday, July 27, 2015 by

For a long time, the world of mobile platforms was based on two absolute truths – Google offerings were in the utilitarian realm – more capable yet not aesthetically pleasing – while Apple software had a more narrow feature set with a strong focus on user experience. Recently however, those absolute truths fell apart. Google I/O 2014 saw the introduction of Materia...


Apple-Announcements-at-WWDC-Include-Introduction-of-iOS-9

Apple Announcements at WWDC Include Introduction of iOS 9


Tuesday, June 9, 2015 by

During its keynote kicking off WWDC 2015, one of the highlight Apple announcements was iOS 9, which will be available this fall. According to Apple, in this upcoming release, iOS devices become more intelligent and proactive with search and improved Siri features. New multitasking features designed specifically for iPad provide users that ability to work with two apps s...


IOS-Developers-Will-Have-a-Chance-to-Win-a-Spot-to-Attend-WWDC-2015-on-June-8-12-

IOS Developers Will Have a Chance to Win a Spot to Attend WWDC 2015 on June 8 12


Tuesday, April 14, 2015 by

Its official - the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held on June 8-12 in San Francisco. And this year, Apple is hosting a lottery to allow iOS developers to enter for a chance to attend the event.The opportunity to buy tickets to WWDC 2015 will be offered by random selection for developers who register by Friday, April 17, at 10a.m. PDT. Apple will a...


App-Developer-Magazine-Definitive-Guide-to-the-Top-Mobile-App-Developer-Conferences-for-2015

App Developer Magazine Definitive Guide to the Top Mobile App Developer Conferences for 2015


Monday, January 5, 2015 by

You would think that we would be able to stop and take a breath as we close out 2014, but noooo; I’ll be on an early Southwest flight to Las Vegas to catch the first three events of the year – ATT Developer’s Conference, AppNation and CES – all the first full week of January 2105. It’s going to be a crazy year for sure!I really haven’t even thought about my conference s...


Apple-Opens-New-Swift-Blog,-Announces-Xcode-6-Beta-3-for-iOS-Development

Apple Opens New Swift Blog, Announces Xcode 6 Beta 3 for iOS Development


Friday, July 18, 2014 by

As Apple moves forward with the refinement of the new Swift programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch, which works side-by-side with Objective-C, it has launched a new Swift specific blog. In Apples words, “This new blog will bring you a behind-the-scenes look into the design of the Swift language by the engineers who created it, in addition to the l...


New-Era:-Apple-Turns-On-Analytics-and-Attribution-For-Developers,-Finally!

New Era: Apple Turns On Analytics and Attribution For Developers, Finally!


Tuesday, June 10, 2014 by

Among the myriad of announcements made at WWDC14 around iOS 8, one of them didn't get the attention it deserved. In one of the smaller developer sessions, Apple announced that they had started offering both an analytics and attribution platform to developers through the iTunes Connect console. In terms of analytics, developers will now be able to track the whole user li...


Build-Apps-That-Can-Take-Signatures-Using-DocuSign

Build Apps That Can Take Signatures Using DocuSign's New SDK


Tuesday, June 3, 2014 by

At WWDC this week, DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) announced the availability of the industry’s first Mobile SDK for iOS that enables mobile developers to build Digital Transaction Management (DTM) and electronic signing capabilities natively into mobile apps. Built on DocuSign’s industry leading DTM platform, the DocuSign Mobile SDK is optimized for rapid development so dev...


Get-Your-Reading-Glasses:-Apple-Publishes-500-Page-Behemoth-of-a-Guide-for-New-Swift-Programming-Language-for-Cocoa-and-Cocoa-Touch

Get Your Reading Glasses: Apple Publishes 500 Page Behemoth of a Guide for New Swift Programming Language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch


Tuesday, June 3, 2014 by

From a developer standpoint, one of the top news out of Apple’s WWDC is the new Swift programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch, which works side-by-side with Objective-C.Apple is touting the platform as a fast, high-performance LLVM compiler, where Swift code is transformed into optimized native code, tuned to get the most out of modern Mac, iPhone, and iPad hardw...


An-Overview-of-Apple-Cloud-Kit-Framework-Recently-Announced-at-WWDC-2014

An Overview of Apple Cloud Kit Framework Recently Announced at WWDC 2014


Tuesday, June 3, 2014 by

Cloud Kit allows developers to leverage iCloud and build apps with the new CloudKit framework. Developers can securely store and retrieve app data, like structured data, in a database or assets directly from iCloud. CloudKit also enables users to anonymously sign in to apps with their iCloud Apple IDs without sharing their personal information.With Cloud Kit, developers...


Apple’s-WWDC-Brings-OS-X-Yosemite-With-New-Swift-for-Cocoa-and-Cocoa-Touch-and-Advances-in-App-Extensions,-SpriteKit,-SceneKit,-Safari,-and-iCloud

Apple’s WWDC Brings OS X Yosemite With New Swift for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch and Advances in App Extensions, SpriteKit, SceneKit, Safari, and iCloud


Tuesday, June 3, 2014 by

The announcement of OS X Yosemite brings the new Swift programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch as well as advances in SpriteKit and SceneKit, Safari, iCloud, and more.Some of the highlights include:App ExtensionsWith App Extensions any app can add new functionality to OS X Yosemite, enabling access to app features from almost anywhere. Once a user installs an app...


iOS-8-to-Offer-App-Developers-More-than-4,000-New-APIS,-Plus-a-Host-of-Other-Goodies

iOS 8 to Offer App Developers More than 4,000 New APIS, Plus a Host of Other Goodies


Monday, June 2, 2014 by

Its official, iOS 8 is on its way and the beta version of the operating system is now available for developers to play with. Announced at WWDC, iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and the new programming language, Swift (available in Xcode 6), were all big news. This article concentrates on iOS 8, which will be available this fall as a free software update for users.iOS 8 lets develo...


Developer-Week-Kicks-Off-In-San-Francisco

Developer Week Kicks Off In San Francisco


Tuesday, February 18, 2014 by

Do you think the folks in San Francisco get tired of developers? I mean really, Apps World just ended, the Game Developers Conference is just around the corner, so is Microsoft Build, Apple’s WWDC, and on and on!This week, the hits just keep coming with the arrival of the Developer Week 2014 Conference  running this week through Friday. Of course, the eve...


Apple-Launches-New-iPad-Air,-Macbook-Pro,-Mac-Pro,-and-Much-More!

Apple Launches New iPad Air, Macbook Pro, Mac Pro, and Much More!


Tuesday, October 22, 2013 by

The event started with the same Apple commercial all about "Made by Apple" creation they played at the WWDC in June. Tim Cook takes the stage and starts talking about all of the new things we'll see today. He starts with some iPhone stats. He mentions 9 million iPhones sold first weekend of launch. Video presentation starts created at an Apple retail store around...


Apple-Officially-Announces-The-iPhone-5C-and-5S-Take-My-Money!

Apple Officially Announces The iPhone 5C and 5S Take My Money!


Tuesday, September 10, 2013 by

First we learned about the iTunes festival, wait - there was a festival for iTunes?Next month Apple will officially shop the 700 millionth iOS device!iOS7 is up first, lets talk about what's new and has changed.Soon, we’ll witness an event where virtually overnight people download iOS 7 and get a whole new experience with their device” - CraigSiri is better now, with fe...


Apple-Now-Lets-Developers-Set-Age-Ranges-For-Kids-Apps

Apple Now Lets Developers Set Age Ranges For Kids Apps


Friday, August 16, 2013 by

At WWDC this year Apple introduced a new category "Kids" in it's app store. Now developers can also narrow down what the target age of their app is for.The following age ranges are available:Ages 5 & underAges 6–8Ages 9–11You can only choose one age range for each app. Apps approved for the Kids category will still have a primary and secondary category, bu...


iOS-7-Beta-6-Download-Now-Available-From-Apple-Dev-Center

iOS 7 Beta 6 Download Now Available From Apple Dev Center


Thursday, August 15, 2013 by

iOS 7 beta 6 has been released and is ready for downloading. At only 13 megs it's not a huge update, but Apple has let everyone be privy as to what has been changed for this release by with a complete change log, repeated below. Notes and Known Issues The following issues relate to using iOS SDK 7.0 to develop code. Address Book Notes The classes in the Ad...