CNET también está disponible en español.
Don't show this again
Apple's annual developer's conference kicked off with a bevy of demos that covered WatchOS, iOS, tvOS and OS X -- which is now known as macOS.
Click through the slideshow for photos from the event, or just read all about it here.
Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the show with a moment of silence for the "act of hatred" that happened in Orlando yesterday.
Apple Watch fans rejoice! A new version of Watch OS is coming soon.
Scribble lets you write on the watch using your finger, then converts it into text.
Breathing reminders will be built into the latest Apple Watch software update.
Apple introduced a new watchface that displays important information for the day.
Easy log-ins for those pesky apps that need your cable service provider information are on the way.
Apple announced that Sling will be available starting today on Apple TV.
Siri is also getting smarter.
What was known as OS X will now be known as macOS.
There are a ton of new features on macOS Sierra.
Apple wants to help clear your harddrive by automatically storing older files on the cloud.
Soon you'll be able to copy text on your iPhone then paste that same text on your Mac. One clipboard to paste them all!
Siri's coming to your MacBook, too.
Will the refinements to iOS help you fall in love with your iPhone again? Apple hopes so.
The iOS Photos app adds facial and object recognition.
With 15 million paid subscribers, Apple Music underwent a facelift.
Here's everything you need to know about what's new in Home Kit.