The Apple Watch Is Now the Control Center for Your Health

June 6, 2019

This week at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple executive Kevin Lynch announced multiple updates to WatchOS, the operating system that powers the company's smartwatch. (Voice memos, a calculator, streaming audio, oh my!) But the most telling features were the new additions to the watch's suite of health-monitoring tools. Beginning this fall, Apple Watch will track your activity trends over time, help protect your hearing by alerting you to harmful levels…

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WWDC 2019: What to Expect From Apple’s Big Developer Show

June 4, 2019

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off with a keynote presentation on Monday, and for many people this annual shindig is even more exciting than the company’s much-hyped fall hardware events, where it shows off the newest iPhones. That’s because the software updates announced at WWDC will impact all Apple devices, ranging from iPhones to Macs to Apple Watches. And unlike a $1,000 phone, many of these newly revealed features will…

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What to Expect from Apples Annual Software Conference

June 2, 2018

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next week, one of two major events the company hosts every year. WWDC, like other developer events, is largely focused on the platforms that app-makers build stuff for; in this case, iOS and macOS, along with tvOS and watchOS. It’s not only a chance for consumers to get a preview of how the next significant software rollout could fundamentally change their iPhones; WWDC can…

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Apple continues to push into healthcare, this time with developers

August 5, 2017

Developers working on healthcare will be involved at WWDC this year.Image: christian BRUNA/EPA/REX/Shutterstock Working with Apple every day, as Apple sees it, could help keep the doctor awayor at least well informed. Apple’s push into healthcare is readying its second gear, and this week’s Worldwide Developers Conference is just the start. Apple started its push into healthcare when it introduced the Apple Watch in 2015. The wearable device made fitness,…

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WWDC 2017

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August 3, 2017

Its that time of year again. Thousands of developers are set to descend upon the South Bay to get their software on. And the rest of the Apple watching world will have their eyes glued to the screen on Monday morning for the big WWDC keynote, as Tim Cook and company parade the latest upgrades to the companys various operating systems. From the sounds of the early leaks, the show…

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Apple WWDC 2017: iOS takes center stage

August 2, 2017

Apple CEO Tim Cook at WWDC 2014.Image: john G. Mabanglo/Epa/REX/Shutterstock A decade ago, the late Steve Jobs stood and sat at a desk on stage at Apples 2007 Worldwide Developers Conference for an hour and a half, master of ceremonies for the unveiling of OS X Leopard and, most importantly, the first glimpse of iPhone OS 1. No one could have envisioned what would happen with the iPhone as a…

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Apple continues to push into healthcare, this time with developers

June 6, 2017

Developers working on healthcare will be involved at WWDC this year.Image: christian BRUNA/EPA/REX/Shutterstock Working with Apple every day, as Apple sees it, could help keep the doctor awayor at least well informed. Apple’s push into healthcare is readying its second gear, and this week’s Worldwide Developers Conference is just the start. Apple started its push into healthcare when it introduced the Apple Watch in 2015. The wearable device made fitness,…

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WWDC 2017

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June 4, 2017

Its that time of year again. Thousands of developers are set to descend upon the South Bay to get their software on. And the rest of the Apple watching world will have their eyes glued to the screen on Monday morning for the big WWDC keynote, as Tim Cook and company parade the latest upgrades to the companys various operating systems. From the sounds of the early leaks, the show…

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Apple WWDC 2017: iOS takes center stage

June 3, 2017

Apple CEO Tim Cook at WWDC 2014.Image: john G. Mabanglo/Epa/REX/Shutterstock A decade ago, the late Steve Jobs stood and sat at a desk on stage at Apples 2007 Worldwide Developers Conference for an hour and a half, master of ceremonies for the unveiling of OS X Leopard and, most importantly, the first glimpse of iPhone OS 1. No one could have envisioned what would happen with the iPhone as a…

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