iOS 7, Mavericks & Apple WWDC 2013 announcement wrap-up



The Apple 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco kicked off with its traditional keynote lead by CEO Tim Cook. As expected, there were a number of announcements with respect to new hardware, updates to the Mac OS and iOS, which were not only designed to enhance the user experience but also a next step in bringing their desktop and mobile operating systems that much closer. Notably absent was any mention of refreshes to the iPhone, iPad or iPad mini, or the illusive iWatch, the last of which I was totally not surprised.


Apple Worldwide Developers Conference set for June 10-14

It might be a little late in coming but Apple has officially announced the dates for their 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC MMXIII as it’s being referred to. WWDC is set to kick off June 10th and will run until June 14th at the usual place, Moscone West in San Francisco.

The five-day event usually kicks off with an opening keynote from the CEO, Tim Cook and sometimes there are even some new product announcements. The rest of the week, features over 100 technical sessions and hands on labs presented by over 1000 Apple engineers. Read MORE at CANOE TECH BLOG