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  • The Best Features Of iOS 7

    The Best Features Of iOS 7

    Users of Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices got their first look at the company’s newest operating system, iOS 7, earlier today. Not only has Apple given iOS an entirely new look and feel, courtesy of head designer Jonathan Ive, but it has also revealed a revamped suite of core apps like Photos, Camera, Calendar, Weather and others, added new services like iTunes Radio… Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, And Other WWDC Goodness

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, And Other WWDC Goodness

    Today is the big day. The era of iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, the Mac Pro is upon us, even if we won’t actually enjoy these wonderful wares for another few months. That said, we’ve switched things up a bit and decided to do an extra, non-Friday TC Gadgets podcast to discuss how fundamentally all of our lives have changed. This week, the podcast features John Biggs, Matt Burns, Jordan… Read More

  • Up Close And Personal With Apple’s New Mac Pro, A Sleek Black Aluminum Beast

    Up Close And Personal With Apple’s New Mac Pro, A Sleek Black Aluminum Beast

    Apple’s new Mac Pro is a radical departure from previous versions, and a redesign that in many ways has to be seen to believed. Which is why we’ve put together this gallery of the new pro desktop for power users, which is clad in black aluminum and houses not one but two workstation graphics cards along with PCI Express flash storage, Thunderbolt 2, Xeon processors and 4k video… Read More

  • Missed The WWDC 2013 Keynote? Apple’s Replay Video Is Now Live

    Missed The WWDC 2013 Keynote? Apple’s Replay Video Is Now Live

    Apple’s top brass has been busy these past two hours or so showing off OS X 10.9 Mavericks, a dramatically revamped iOS 7, and the gorgeous new Mac Pro, and the company has your back in case you missed watching the events unfold for yourself. As is now customary for Apple, the full 2 hour WWDC keynote address is now available on Apple’s events page for your perusal. Read More

  • iOS 7 To Be Available For Devs Today, Full Release This Fall

    iOS 7 To Be Available For Devs Today, Full Release This Fall

    Apple just took the wraps off the next version of iOS. Gone are the faux felt and wood veneers. In its place iOS 7 will feature a sleek look that really pushes Apple’s mobile OS into the future (with a little stolen from startups). Developers can snag the new OS from Apple later today followed by a general release this Fall. Read More

  • Apple Updates Siri With Twitter, Wikipedia, Bing Integration, New Commands And Male And Female Voices

    Apple Updates Siri With Twitter, Wikipedia, Bing Integration, New Commands And Male And Female Voices

    At its WWDC keynote today, Apple announced an update to Siri that brings a number of new features to Apple’s voice-driven personal assistant for iOS. Not only is Siri getting a number of new high-quality male and female voices and support for multiple languages (English, German and French, for example), but it’s also getting quite a bit smarter. In this version, Apple has… Read More

  • Apple Working To Bring The iOS Experience To Cars From Honda, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, And More

    Apple Working To Bring The iOS Experience To Cars From Honda, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, And More

    “What if you could get iOS on the screen that is built into your car,” Apple SVP Eddy Cue asked onstage at WWDC. Turns out he wasn’t just being rhetorical — Apple has confirmed that it is working with a slew of car manufacturers to bring the iOS experience into cars (the initiative is called, unimaginatively enough, “iOS In The Car”) starting with the 2014… Read More

  • Apple Unveils iTunes Radio, A Streaming Music Service With The Full Power Of The iTunes Library

    Apple Unveils iTunes Radio, A Streaming Music Service With The Full Power Of The iTunes Library

    Apple had no shortage of new things to announce at WWDC 2013 today, and iTunes Radio is one of the highlights. The company’s new music service has been long-rumored, but now the curtains are drawn and we can see what the Pandora-like streaming radio offering actually looks like. iTunes Radio is essentially what we’ve been hearing it would be: a streaming music service that takes… Read More

  • iOS 7 Steals Mailbox’s Gestures, Sunrise’s Layout, BB10’s Back Button, WebOS’s Multitasking

    iOS 7 Steals Mailbox’s Gestures, Sunrise’s Layout, BB10’s Back Button, WebOS’s Multitasking

    Today, Apple unveiled iOS 7 during its WWDC keynote. While the operating system boasts an impressive redesign, many features and UI choices were greatly inspired by innovative third-party apps or even competitive mobile operating systems. The new Mail client already looks a lot like Mailbox due to the new flat UI choices. But when Craig Federighi swipes his finger on a mail, “move”… Read More

  • Startup Famo.us Gets A Quick Demo On-Stage At WWDC

    Startup Famo.us Gets A Quick Demo On-Stage At WWDC

    Apple usually shares the spotlight at its WWDC keynote with a few of its developers and partners. Today, the big winner was probably Andreessen Horowitz-backed AI startup Anki, but what also caught our attention was a brief demo of Famo.us, the startup that launched at our Disrupt conference last fall. The demo itself was pretty short. It came during the announcement of OS X Mavericks… Read More

  • Apple Introduces iOS 7

    Apple Introduces iOS 7

    We heard it would be flat. We heard it would be black and white. We heard that it would be a totally different experience. It is. iOS 7, the latest version of Apple’s flagship mobile operating system, is here, and it’s almost entirely different from the versions that came before. Read More