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Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

We're in San Francisco all week for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. We'll be here all week for fun and adventure, official and otherwise. Follow along with us!

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How to opt your website out of Apple's News app

Don't want Apple's News app to read your website? Here's how to opt out.

The company's new News app may not be coming until later this year, but if you'd prefer that Apple not scrape your RSS feed into its "stunning content" reader, it's actually a simple process.

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Here are the developer-focused changes in iOS 9

iOS 9 brings a number of changes to the OS, and not all of them are aimed at the consumer. There are a large number of changes coming that are focused towards developers.

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Swift 2 programming language will become open source project by Apple

Apple will launch Swift 2, the next version of their programming language, later this year as part of iOS 9, and will offer it as an open source project by the end of 2015.

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What we're looking forward to for WWDC week

WWDC week is just around the corner.

Rene, Peter, and yours truly will be live on the ground in San Francisco covering the conference and any additional fun events happening throughout our time there. Before we hop on planes, however, we decided to sit down and chat about what we're looking forward to, what we're hoping not to see, and our pipe dream wishes.

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Un-conventional: How WWDC became the heart of the Apple world's calendar

This week Apple opened registration for WWDC, the company's annual developer conference, which will be held June 8-12 in San Francisco.

WWDC is a huge deal in the Apple community, but it wasn't always so. I've been going to WWDC since the mid-1990s, when it was a sleepy affair that took place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. Probably the most memorable moment of any of the San Jose-based WWDCs I attended was the last one: That was 2002, when Steve Jobs laid the classic Mac OS to rest — no, seriously, there was a coffin on stage.

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What we're expecting from WWDC 2015

WWDC 2015 is around the corner. What are you expecting?

Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference, themed "The epicenter of change," will kick off June 8 this year and run a full week, closing on June 12. Here's what iMore's staff is looking forward to seeing from the company's keynote and state of the union when CEO Tim Cook takes the stage Monday morning.

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Comic: WWDC, the epicenter of the galaxy

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The Epicenter of the Galaxy

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WWDC 2015 speculated to kick off June 8, 2015

Apple doesn't pre-announced their World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), but they do have to schedule the traditional Moscone West venue and any and all other logistics involved in hosting 6000 of its closest developer and designer friends. That leaves a week-long gap in Moscone's schedule, and that leads to people speculating any such gap in June might be for WWDC. Such is the case for the week of June 8, 2015.

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iOS 8's "one more thing" that Apple didn't have time to announce at WWDC

There were lots of new things that were announced for iOS 8, but Apple didn't have time to introduce everything on stage at WWDC. We'll group these features, many of which didn't get a proper mention, in this "one more thing" post and round them up, with some notable ones including FaceTime call waiting, WiFi calling, Shazam with Siri.

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