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Following the momentous visual overhaul of last year's iOS 7, Apple's next iteration of its mobile operating system is all about upgrading what's under the hood.
Many of the features in Apple's latest mobile operating system appeared first in Google's OS.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference offered iOS and OS X software features that help secure its ecosystem. But products remain a question mark.
Commentary: Apple's new app coming for iOS 8 and the Mac looks promising, with cloud backup for all your pictures. It may be the answer so many have waited for.
The iPhone maker is finally letting developers access more of its mobile OS. That's great news -- unless you're in a department Apple wants to dominate.
One of the biggest WWDC announcements was something most users will never see. CNET breaks down Swift.
At Apple's WWDC, the company announces new photo enhancements for both iOS and OS X, including better organization, as well as a new pricing structure for iCloud storage.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company shows off new Mac OS X features that make it possible to send voice calls and SMS messages from an iPad or iPhone to a Mac, and use Handoff to access documents across devices.
Apple gets real with cloud storage with iCloud Drive, where you can store any file in the cloud and access it from your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Apple made its play today with HomeKit, a developer-focused software development kit to link smart home devices more deeply into iOS. Now it's Google's turn.
In its upcoming operating systems, Apple puts a focus around health, the smart home, and a seamless connection between the Mac and iPhone. CNET's Bridget Carey quickly breaks down the highlights from the WWDC keynote event.
iOS 8's support for Wi-Fi calling means that iPhone owners will finally get in on a feature that Android and Windows Phone owners have had for years.
No new MacBooks at WWDC 2014, and that may be a good thing.