What Apple announced at WWDC 2014?
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference with a glimpse into the future of OS X, iOS 8, and the developer tools that bring them to life. Apple discussed everything it’s bringing to customers, and to developers. Prior to the event it was expected to have all sorts of hardware that might be announced at WWDC 2014. But, the event was a software-focused show — that includes deeply nerdy and user-friendly software.
In the absence of any big hardware announcements, Chief Executive Tim Cook’s biggest news is iOS 8, due in the autumn. OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8 bring the desktop and mobile device closer together than they’ve ever been before, and a host of new developer tools should enable the creation of some powerful new apps. That includes a new programming language, Swift, which Apple hopes will replace Objective-C in sometime. Let’s take a look on what Apple announced at Worldwide Developer conference at Day1: