Tag: WWDC

Will my Mac run macOS High Sierra?

Will my Mac run macOS High Sierra?

Along with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 – the next big version of macOS will be coming this Autumn, but only to compatible Macs. macOS High Sierra introduces tons of new features, among which are iCloud for iMessage, support for VR headsets, a transition to Apple’s own file system (APFS) and lots more. With High Sierra – Macs will be able to support external GPUs for VR too […]

macOS now fully supports VR

macOS now fully supports VR

For the past few years, Apple has taken a few hits for not being able to support external VR headsets, or any heavily intensive graphics work very well. The only option to run any high end systems was to use boot camp on the Mac and run it all in Windows. But then Macs of old didn’t even have the graphics hardware horsepower to properly run the headsets. Well, today […]

It’s WWDC on 5th June, join us live for coverage!

It’s WWDC on 5th June, join us live for coverage!

Apple’s annual WWDC or World Wide Developers Conference is just around the corner, on Monday at 6pm UK time Apple is expected to launch the next generation of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. Apple will be live streaming the event over at apple.com, but A&T Tech will also be live tweeting the whole event on our other Twitter account @aandt_live from 6pm UK time on Monday 5th June. Be sure to check back […]

WWDC 2017 will be June 5-9 in San Jose

WWDC 2017 will be June 5-9 in San Jose

Like every year in June, Apple hosts a week long event for iOS and macOS developers. Allowing them to have insight into the new features of the upcoming operation systems and APIs. But on the first day of that week, Apple hosts a keynote presentation outlining the next version of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. WWDC 2017 Today, Apple has revealed when this years conference will take place – this […]

Everything big that Apple unveiled at WWDC yesterday

Everything big that Apple unveiled at WWDC yesterday

Yesterday at Apple’s annual devolpers conference, WWDC the company updated all four of its software platforms, watchOS, tvOS, iOS and the newly named macOS. So here is a quick overview of what Apple released yesterday. watchOS 3 The first thing in the keynote was Kevin Lynch coming on stage and unveiling the improvements that they had made to the Apple Watch software. One ringing complaint about the Apple Watch is […]

iOS 9 launches at WWDC

iOS 9 launches at WWDC

At WWDC, Apple unveiled the next iteration of iOS, iOS 9. The upcoming version will launch later this year with the developer preview available now. Apple is making iOS 9 all about making the operating system smarter and more aware to the apps you use and people you contact. Spotlight is also smarter with a broader system search as well as looking into apps for data. Also updated is Notes […]

What to expect from WWDC 2015

What to expect from WWDC 2015

So the next World Wide Developers conference from Apple is hours away, we will be running a liveblog of the event. But what is Apple expected to unveil? iOS 9 The next iOS version is expected to be launched at the event, but we won’t get it on phones until September. It has long been rumoured that this release is going to be similar to Snow Leopard, which abandoned headline […]

WWDC 2015 Live Blog!

WWDC 2015 Live Blog!

Apple’s annual World Wide Developers is just around the corner. Every year in June we get a preview of the next versions of the iOS and OS X operating systems. We are live blogging the whole event on June 8. 10 PDT, 6PM BST. Most of what we see on Monday is iOS 9, OS X 10.11 and what Apple has up it’s sleeve for new music services. We  do know […]