Apple's annual WWDC conference kicked off this week, and Monday's keynote brought a slew of new products and changes. Here's everything they announced, and what it all means.
- Apple: iOS 11 preview.
- VentureBeat: Apple's new iPad Pro line: 10.5", better displays, faster CPUs.
- The Verge: iPad gets overhauled multitasking and other major software updates in iOS 11.
- 9to5 Mac: Apple Pencil: Improved 20ms latency, mark up support in iOS 11, new case w/ storage slot
- Slash Gear: Apple Maps update stops notifications while driving.
- 9to5 Mac: AppleCare+ for Mac now includes accidental damage coverage.
- TechCrunch: Apple introduces a completely redesigned App Store.
- TechCrunch: Siri gets language translation and a more human voice.
- The Verge: Amazon Prime Video is coming to Apple TV.
- Wired: Apple's HomePod puts Siri in a speaker.
- VentureBeat: Apple unveils $5,000 iMac Pro, most powerful Mac ever, plus Kaby Lake iMacs.
- MacRumors: Apple updates entire MacBook and MacBook Pro lineup.
- 9to5 Mac: Apple unveils macOS ‘High Sierra’ w/ Safari improvements, APFS, more.
- 9to5 Mac: Apple announces watchOS 4 Apple Watch update.
- The Verge: The iPad takes a big step toward being the computer for everyone.
- Ben Thompson: Apple's strengths and weaknesses.
- Jason Snell: Ears On with the HomePod.
- VentureBeat: Apple Pay is suddenly a threat to PayPal and Square.