WWDC 2013 Roundup

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On Monday June 10, 2013 will be remembered as the day that iOS completely evolved. This and more are part of the commercials on Apple WWDC 2013, which brought new versions of their operating systems and many more great shots.

A few hours ago was held the keynote of WWDC 2013, the Apple developer conference traditionally brings a myriad of new features, and this time was no exception. And we have seen under the leadership of Tim Cook, the arrival of a flood of releases during this conference, we have left a good impression, especially high expectations and little, very little patience, to start testing all their new products, both within the software and the hardware. If you’ve miss our live hypertext, or looking for any information about the property, then we list all the ads you at WWDC 2013.

iOS 7

ios 7

Not be possible to start with which is perhaps the most anticipated announcement by dozens of millions of people worldwide, the new major upgrade to Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 7.

Like all predictions claimed, the arrival of Sir Jonathan Ive brought a complete redesign of the entire user interface, in fact, is considered “the biggest change to get the iPhone, since the iPhone launch”. An interface completely “flat” or “smooth”, a fresh notification center, new official applications Mail, Calendar, Music, Settings, Passbook, and in general, everything that carries the brand “Apple”. Unofficial tell us the detail of all changes and developments in the new iOS.

OS X Mavericks

OS X Mavericks

Following software announcements, Apple also introduced a major update to its desktop operating system, OS X is now official Mavericks, incorporating many new features that make it even more attractive to this platform, and including the addition of tabs eventually the “Finder” the new maps for OS X and “multiple Displays”, to better manage the use of several screens on Macs.

New Mac Pro

New Mac Pro

The titan’s titan white apple. Apple introduced during his annual keynote at WWDC a new version of the Mac Pro, the most powerful desktop and designed for professional use, especially preferred by editors, animators and designers. The renewed professional home computer has up to 13 cores of the hand of the new Intel Xeon, 6 two Thunderbolt ports, and support for 4K resolution monitors, sleeps two FirePro GPU and many novelties, all with an innovative design that imposed and surprises anyone.

New MacBook Air

New MacBook Air

While ultimately not incorporate screen technology “Retina Display” due mainly to the high energy consumption of these, the new MacBook Air does not cease to be more than amazing. Its main advantage comes from the hand of Intel, thanks to work now based on Intel Haswell, promising workdays up to 12 hours of autonomy, which is amazing and very useful for those who need their computer wherever they are, and last a long time away from home (or on the move). These computers are available.

iTunes Radio, iBooks and iCloud for OS X Keychain

iTunes Radio, iBooks and iCloud for OS X Keychain

More rumors were confirmed during announcements at WWDC 2013, this time on possible Apple’s foray into the market to compete with music streaming services like Spotify. Apple introduced iTunes Radio alternatively free to all users (but no ads for members to iTunes Match), but unfortunately only available in the United States, at least for now.

iBooks for OS X brings the popular iOS application that lets you open and read documents in ePub, PDF and more, as well as synchronize all our libraries and of course, our markers. Finally, have iCloud Keychain, as part of its new security protocol to store and sync all your passwords between multiple Apple devices we own.

iWork in iCloud

iWork in iCloud

The arrival of iWork for iCloud brings a very important addition to the ability to create and edit office documents through any web browser, both Mac and PC, by all its users, and that this implies the beginning of what could be another rival for users of Google Docs and Office 365, so Apple opens well in the office in “the cloud.”

Divorce with Google Continues

Another unexpected surprises of this keynote, although not a major release, is that Siri will no longer use Google as their search engine, but is replaced by Bing, the Microsoft search engine. This confirms the trend of Apple to wean Google products, like he did with Maps and YouTube application that disappeared with iOS 6.

In short, these are the most important announcements we witnessed at WWDC 2013. It certainly is an exciting year of developments in software and hardware from Apple.

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Katherine Husmith is an Internet business analyst and business builder that publishes the Business Builder Report, distributes software and ebook publications.

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