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Apple's annual developers' conference showcased updates to all of its operating systems, plus overhauls for some of its own apps.
With the new Swift Playgrounds app, Apple is trying to make the next generation computer literate, just the latest tech giant to take up the cause.
We discuss the highs and lows of Apple's developers conference, and touch on the Net neutrality news of the day.
With iOS 10, third-party apps will work with iMessage, Maps, Siri and even the phone to make calls. But that openness has some limits.
The option could bring new flexibility and photo quality, letting iPhone photography match a feature already built into Android. Also coming: better photo color.
The company is unabashedly dropping a few China-focused features in its updated OS as it tries to make a bigger push into the world's largest economy.
Apple announced a lot of new features at its developer's conference, but it failed to deliver some on our wish list. Here's what wasn't announce at WWDC 2016.
Technically Incorrect: Of course you need an Apple Watch app to tell you to breathe. Otherwise, you'd forget. And this wasn't the only fascinatingly intimate glory presented at WWDC.
Apple dropped support for some Macs when it dropped the X from OS X.
Now that the dust has settled on Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote, it's time to take a look at some familiar features.
Commentary: The future of Apple computers wasn't very present at this year's developer conference.
From messages to maps to Siri on your Mac, CNET's Shara Tibken and Scott Stein give us the lowdown on what was announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference press event.
We've hit a milestone! Congrats Apple, you've set yourself a record.