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DevJuice: asciiwwdc is best thing since sliced bread

If you have not yet visited asciiwwdc, you are missing out on one of the best dev things of the year. Brought to you courtesy of the brilliant Mattt Thompson (aka Mr. NSHipster), the site offers searchable full-text transcripts of WWDC sessions. Hop on over and try out a search or two. It's...

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Apple posts Mac Pro intro video to YouTube

Apple has released a short promo video of the soon-to-be-released Mac Pro up on YouTube. The clip is similar to what was shown at the June Developers Conference in San Francisco. The new model, with a unique and fetching form factor, is much smaller than the current Mac Pro, but also will need to...

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Full WWDC 2013 keynote now on Apple's YouTube channel

Apple has posted the WWDC 2013 keynote to its YouTube channel in its entirety. The two-hour keynote saw the introduction of the new Mac Pro, new MacBook airs, the preview of OS X 10.9 Mavericks and the complete redesign of iOS 7. This is the second time Apple has posted its WWDC keynote to...

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WWDC Redux: Don't Worry, Be Happy

Let's say you go to a restaurant almost every day for years. It's your favorite restaurant, and you've practically memorized the menu. The staff knows you, your favorite dishes and you know a little about the chef. Then one day you walk in and everything has changed. The menu looks weird,...

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TUAW and MacTech discuss WWDC announcements

Last week during WWDC, I sat down with Neil Ticktin of MacTech and we interviewed a bunch of developers about their thoughts on what Apple announced. We'll be rolling out those videos as quickly as we can, but Neil and I also spent some time discussing among ourselves what we thought about iOS 7,...

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Talkcast 10 pm ET/7 pm PT: Looking back on WWDC

All-new dial-in experience! See below -- do not call into Talkshoe, we won't be there. So far, using Fuze Meeting for our call-in process is going mostly OK -- but this will be Kelly's first week in the hot seat, so be kind! Just as before, the text chat will be in this very post when the show...

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Apple opens iWork for iCloud beta to registered developers

One part of Monday's WWDC 2013 keynote that seems to have received short shrift in the discussions of updated products is iWork. During the keynote, iWork for iCloud -- a browser-based version of Apple's office suite -- was discussed along with comments about the iOS versions of the suite. Now...

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The Wall Street Journal on Apple's Craig Federighi

While watching Apple's keynote earlier this week, I was particularly struck by Craig Federighi's presentation. He was affable, felt comfortable on stage, was informative, interacted with the audience and even had a few zingers to boot. That said, it's likely no coincidence that Federighi received...

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iOS 7's game controller support could be a real game-changer

Of all of the features of iOS 7 that have been talked about since Monday's WWDC 2013 keynote, probably none has more potential impact than the item circled in blue on the image above -- MFi game controller support in the iOS 7 SDK. Jeff Blagdon at The Verge took a closer look at what this means...

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First MacBook Air 2013 benchmarks

Apple refreshed its MacBook Air line yesterday at WWDC, and Engadget got some hands-on time with the sleek and slim notebook. Besides taking some photos of Apple's ultraportable, they also put the hardware through its paces. Early results from the benchmark testing suggest the new MacBook Air has...

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iTunes Connect now allows developers to transfer apps to another developer

We've heard about all the new elements in iOS and OS X today at WWDC, and how they will change the way we use our iOS devices. There are some new features on the back side of iOS, including a major change in policy that'll let developers easily transfer an app from over developer to another via...

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Engadget gets a glimpse of the new Mac Pro

Apple usually doesn't announce products until they are ready to hit the market, but the company made an exception today when it announced the long-awaited update to the Mac Pro. A prototype of the workstation was on display at WWDC, and Engadget went eyes on with the unique, cylinder-shaped...

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iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5 only

Apple on Monday took the wraps off of iOS 7, its highly anticipated next-gen mobile OS for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Apple said that iOS 7 will be available as a free download this fall and will run on the following devices: iPhone 4 and above iPad 2 and above iPad mini iPod touch,...

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Apple announces Apple Design Award winners at WWDC 2013

The WWDC keynote may be over, but the developer's conference is just getting underway. First on tap is the Apple Design Awards, which recognize the best of the best in the iOS and OS X App Store. The initial list, as reported by the official App Store twitter account, is presented below....

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Music app gets a new design in iOS 7

Apple updated the big things as well as the little things in iOS 7. One of the smaller features is a fresh new look that'll grace the Music app. Cover flow is phased out and replaced with a new album art-driven UI. You'll be able to tap on an artist and view all their songs from your library,...

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