“More than a week after Apple’s WWDC keynote, I’m still trying to wrap my brain around everything that was announced,” Christina Warren reports for Mashable.
“I went into San Francisco’s Moscone Center West expecting to see the Cupertino company unveil iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite, a few new features, maybe some new hardware,” Warren reports. “I didn’t expect Apple to introduce app extensions for iOS 8, third-party keyboards, an SDK for home automation and health and a ton of features to make it easy to shift between a Mac and iOS device.”
“Oh yeah, and there was also a new programming language. Holy cow,” Warren reports. “But it wasn’t just the new tools and toys. Something about Apple, the company, seemed palpably different at WWDC 2014 compared to past conferences.”
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