We're still taking in the list of features to be found in iOS 6 but one major one announced at WWDC 2012 will surely please a lot of folks out there who use Facetime. Yes, Facetime over cellular is coming enabled in iOS 6 and that's not all.
Eyes Free, just announced at WWDC 2012 will allow Siri to integrate directly into your car so you can keep your hands on the wheel. Apple has already partnered with several car manufacturers to bring Eyes Free to market.
Apple has now unveiled a new feature of Mac OS X Lion 10.8 at WWDC 2012. PowerNap is the name and it's certainly an interesting addition to the OS but it will only be making its way select devices such as the second-generation MacBook Air and Next Generation MacBook Pro. So what does it do?
Apple has officially announces at WWDC 2012 that AirPlay mirroring will be coming to the Mac in OS X Mountain Lion. Stream all your content straight from any Mac running OS X Mountain Lion right to your Apple TV wirelessly.
Apple has just made a huge update to their MacBook Pro line at WWDC 2012. The highlight is no doubt the new "next generation" 15-inch MacBook Pro that adds a killer retina display and ditches the optical drive to come in at an astounding .71 inches thin.
Apple has just announced updates to their MacBook lines at WWDC 2012. All generations including the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will receive updates, but here's what you can expect from the new MacBook Air.
iMore will be LIVE at the WWDC Keynote, bringing you back all the iOS 6, iCloud, and Mac action! Apple WILL NOT be streaming the event, but we'll bring you up-to-the minute photos and play-by-play of all the action, along with commentary and analysis. Keep your browsers locked here!
Dag Kittlaus, creator of Siri, recently spoke at an economic development event in his hometown of Michigan City, Indiana, and iMore had the chance to listen in and ask him some questions about the challenges they faced in implementing Siri and where he thinks the future of technology is headed.
It's April Fool's so our inbox is flooding with pranks both delightful and disturbing. There aren't many that really pertain to iPhones or iPads. We mentioned Google's 8-bit Maps and Gmail Tap earlier, but here are a few more that show some effort, creativity, charm, or humor.