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  • Apple Posts Full Version of WWDC 2015 Keynote Online

    If you were unable to tune into Apple’s WWDC event this afternoon, don’t worry because Apple has already posted the full version of the keynote to its website. The keynote is approximately two and a half hours long, so be sure to grab some soda and popcorn before tuning in. It started off with an intro from Apple CEO Tim Cook before Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi took over the stage. The first order of business was about El Capitan, the company’s new OS X.

    Then iOS 9 was introduced and will feature enhanced Spotlight search capabilities and Siri features. Apple’s iPad will be getting more iOS 9 attention with multitasking features and be able to run apps side-by-side in split screen mode. Then the Cupertino-based company announced WatchOS 2, which will give developers more access to the Apple Watch.

    Finally, the most anticipated topic for this year’s WWDC was Apple’s revamped streaming music service. The company announced their newest paid service called Apple Music, which will offer customers 3 months of free service. Then it will be either $9.99 a month for a single user, or $14.99 for up to six users. Apple’s WWDC 2015 keynote can be found on the company’s website available for stream.

    Source: Apple
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