I had a big time argument with Alex Cranz, our reviews editor, over the Touch Bar. She likes it. I prefer the F-keys, which I use all the time. I also find the Touch Bar to be overkill in app mode and when I reduce it to the shortcuts view, doing simple things like raising the volume tend to take too many taps.
I’m gonna echo some other commenters and say it really seems like you’re bragging about your hair. Which you should do.
I updated the post to clarify what’s illegal in New York.
Am I allowed to be worried about both?
The first hand-firing of a 3D-printed gun happened over six years ago:
Finally, the big roundup of everything Apple announced at the keynote. Thanks for sticking with us!
And here come the roundups. First is the very important and classic…
The new Voice Control feature in macOS Catalina looks very cool
Watch this trailer for Apple’s new show “For All Mankind”
Here’s a roundup of the macOS news!
Here’s some more info about Apple’s new HomeKit stuff.
We’ll keep this blog live as we continue to coverage of WWDC’s big keynote so stay tuned.
And we’re done. The Memoji song and animation is back and is still very catchy!
Now a round of applause for the Apple employees who made all this possible.
Tim is back. Developer Beta is available today. Public seed is in July. Release is this fall.
SwiftUI works for Watch apps too! More cheers.
We’re seeing a neat little demo that shows how quickly you can build an app with SwiftUI. Many many cheers.
SwiftUI makes editing code more like editing in Keynote, the demo shows.
SwiftUI is designed to cut down on how much code is required for, you guessed it, UI. Look at that UI and look at how little code is required!
New framework gets lots of claps: SwiftUI