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Everything you need to know from Apple's WWDC 2015

By Vijay Anand - 10 Jun 2015

Everything you need to know from Apple's WWDC 2015

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2015 just started yesterday morning in San Francisco with a number of notable updates to its OS and app ecosystem. While the conference lasts from 8th to 12th June, most of the important announcements are out. Here's Apple's WWDC opening event compressed in 90 seconds from our sister partner publication, Razor TV by the way of CNBC:-

The most exciting update in our opinion is the advancement of the Apple watch OS to its second iteration that brings several updates and customization functions that should have been in original OS. watchOS 2 will also support native apps that can now function on their own without requiring your iPhone; this crucial change alone is enough to give the Apple Watch the much needed freedom to soar to new heights along with an updated WatchKit to access more hardware features of the wearable device. These updates come at an important time when Apple just recently announced that more countries will soon retail the Apple Watch, including Singapore.

Aside from the new momentum on the Apple Watch side of things, a new OS X named El Captain focuses on improving user experience and performance, while the iOS 9 offers is now far more refined, compact, powerful, smarter and offers some familiar new functions seen on the Android OS.

We've also caught hold of some nuggets of information that wasn't part of the opening keynotes and you'll find all that and more in our news highlights below.

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