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The eyes of Apple fans are on San Jose, California this week, as they digest the news from the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). While this event typically doesn’t produce the same headline-grabbing announcements as Apple’s September event, there are still plenty of reasons to be excited. Previous WWDCs have seen the unveiling of the iOS App Store (2008), FaceTime (2010), and Apple Music (2015), to name just a
‘Twas the season for gift giving—to the tune of $967.13 per person, according to the National Retail Federation. And while this year’s most popular gifts for kids were perennially favorite toys, the… ahem, big kids looked to high tech to make their holiday dreams come true. Instead of sugarplums, many grown-ups had visions of Apple iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, and Amazon Echo (a.k.a. Alexa) dancing in their heads. If
Inspiration can strike at the most unlikely times. Paul McCartney woke up one morning with “Yesterday” playing in his mind; Sir Isaac Newton (allegedly) developed his theory of gravity after an apple landed on his head. History is filled with stories like these, but how many great ideas were lost because there was no way of capturing them in the moment? Now, with the launch of Apple’s iOS 11, it’s