Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (popularly known as WWDC) was organized on 10th of June this year. It was Apple, so you know they keynote would be one of the best in class. Apple released some new services and revamped their older products. Here’s a list of what was introduced:
Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Codenamed “Cabernet”, the 10.9 Mavericks is the most up-to-date version of the highly popular Mac OS X operating system, which runs on iMacs and MacBooks all over the globe. While this update isn’t as big as the Mac OS X 10 update, this brings lots of performance improvements to the Macs.
We can undoubtedly crown iOS 7 as the “most anticipated” launch to happen as WWDC 2013. iOS 7 brings lots of improvements over the previous version and has a completely new and revamped design, made by Jony Ive.
Now that we’ve talked about the software part of the WWDC 2013, let’s take a look at what was updated in the hardware section at the 2013 event.
WWDC hasn’t been a disappointment at all, thanks to the unveiling of the new iOS 7, which was long due and expected. iOS 6 had become a bit stale considering the upgrades the competiting OSes have. Nevertheless, there are still iOS devices to be unveiled and you can be sure we’ll cover them too. Stay tuned!