“Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Convention is now over, but the event revealed a year’s worth of insight into what the company is doing with the Macintosh, OS X, iOS and iCloud,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for AppleInsider.
“Apple made it very clear that there’s no end in sight for OS X. Anyone concerned with the company ‘running out of cats’ to code name its desktop OS versions can breathe freely knowing that Apple can effortlessly shift its naming gears,” Dilger writes. “At WWDC, Apple positioned iOS as everything the Mac isn’t: firmly in the consumer market with prices well below $1000 and loaded with flashy, exciting and fun features that dazzle and pop rather than simplify and enhance.”
Dilger writes, “Throughout the rest of 2013, the final release of OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, iWork for iCloud and the new Mac Pro will flesh out Apple’s offerings and pave the way for new mobile devices. And when those arrive, WWDC’s developers will be ready with new apps to take full advantage of them.”
Much more in the full article here.