Apple open sources Swift programming language, Apple announces OS X 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9, watchOS 2 coming this Fall, Apple Music streaming service debuts June 30, and more things that Apple didn't tell you in the WWDC 2015 keynote.
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- Swift 2.0
- Apple will open-source its Swift programming language
- Apple Announces Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan
- Metal for OS X is so huge, I no longer need a Mac Pro
- Apple announces iOS 9, release later this year
- WWDC 2015 keynote: The things Apple didn't tell you in the keynote
- watchOS 2 coming this fall; SDK allows developers to create native apps and complications, access microphone, speaker, and crown
- Apple announces its streaming music service, Apple Music
- Apple finally puts female executives on stage
- Apple Music will stream at 256kbps, below the ‘industry standard' 320kbps
- Apple hasn't convinced The Beatles to let you stream their music
- Apple's Mobility Partner Program?
- iOS with Swift for the Enterprise Bootcamp
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