Yesterday was a big day for Apple fans across the world, as the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference brought several big announcements from the company. We’ll sum them up here.
iOS saw its biggest upgrade since iPhone was debuted in 2007. Visually, the changes are apparent instantly. The icons and text are noticeably changed. The Control Center is one of the biggest changes – giving users access to apps and controls they usually need in an instant. Also notable are changes to the notification center and easier multitasking. More of iOS 7’s features can be seen here.
The all-new Mac Pro was also announced yesterday, and it is eye-catching because of its unique design. Look past the outside appearance of the Mac Pro and you will find that this machine is a behemoth. We’ll direct you straight to Apple to check it out for yourself. They have a great slideshow that shows it off properly.
Other announcements included iTunes Radio – Apple’s shot at the streaming music giants such as Spotify and Pandora. Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks will include an updated Safari browser, iCloud Keychain, improved Notifications, a re-designed Calendar app, and more. Lastly, we also saw an update to MacBook Air that includes improved battery life.
Which announcement are you most excited about? Anything that you were disappointed in not hearing announced? Sound off in the comments below.