spring is coming Air, so you know what that means: Developer Conference season. Apple held its Worldwide Developers Conference this week and used Monday’s keynote to announce a slew of new software updates for iPhones, iPads and Macs. (Oh, and two new MacBooks.) These kinds of events are good indicators or where the tech industry is headed, so we wanted to take a good look at all the forward-looking software and hardware that Apple is unveiling at WWDC. This year’s event is in-person, although it primarily requires viewing pre-recorded videos in an outdoor theater.
This week at Gadget Lab, Wired product writer Brenda Stolyar joins us to discuss Apple’s grand strategy for dominating the universe, and what it’s like at WWDC (and underground).
Learn more about what’s new in iOS and iPadOS and Apple’s MagSafe Chargers. Check out everything Apple announced at WWDC. Here’s more information on the EU ruling that manufacturers must make mobile devices with uniform charging ports.
Brenda Stolyar can be found on Twitter @BStoly. Lauren Goode is @Lauren Goode. Michael Carroll is @Snack Wars. Bling Main Line @Gadget Lab. The show is hosted by Boone Ashworth (@boney ashworth).Our theme music is solar key.
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