Apple’s Worldwide Developers Meeting, otherwise referred to as WWDC, kicks off in less than two weeks’ time, and in advance of the event’s start, the fruit business has actually just updated its main WWDC app for WWDC 2014.

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As you may expect, the entire application has actually been offered the typical iOS 7 remodeling, accented throughout by a neat orange pigmentation, and if you’re intending on heading down to the event, it offers all the info you’ll require.

Last time around, Apple included very a few brand-new functions with the update to the WWDC app for 2013, yet the brand-new version 2.0 is mostly unchanged apart from the aforementioned UI tweaks. It is, however, a whole lot more pleasing on the eye thanks to these slight modifications, and is now also in-keeping with the remainder of the business’s mobile OS.

Talking of which, iOS 8 is expected to be the main subject of talk, and from what we’ve listened to, there’s much to expect. The superstar of the program, seemingly, will certainly be the Healthbook suite, which will certainly permit users to count calories, monitor diet regimen and other fitness and wellbeing-related aspects, however we’ve additionally listened to that there’ll be a standalone iTunes Radio app, Shazam assimilation with Siri, and a bunch of various other stimulating additions and alterations.

For additional details, view our feature-length post on what our company know up until now concerning iOS 8, which we have actually connected at the foot of this blog post.


OS X, at the same time, will additionally be on the program, and like iOS 7 in 2013, is set for a dramatic style overhaul that will certainly see flattened UI elements and cleaner, sharper lines.

It’s expected that we’ll see one or two various other new features besides, and if anything, we’re keener to view exactly what OS X 10.10 has in store than its mobile counterpart.


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In addition to the launch of the updated WWDC app, Apple likewise seized the day to verify that Apple’s huge keynote will occur at 10am at the Moscone Facility on Monday, June 2nd, with Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook likely to make the big statements.

We’ll keep you updated on any kind of WWDC-related details up until that time, so remain tuned!

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