Apple’s Keynote at WWDC 2014: Everything You Need to Know

OS X Yosemite

It’s a wrap! Here’s a handy recap of all the announcements Apple made at its Worldwide Developers Conference this year. Apple announced its latest version OS X Yosemite (OS X 10.10) which features the flat design first unveiled with iOS 7 last fall. Also new: a Dark Mode that changes the menu bar to a translucent black hue and new dock icons. Search via Spotlight now also integrate results from a variety of resources, such as the iTunes store and Apple Maps locations. OS X Yosemite also features a slew updates to its Mail and Safari apps. Users can now send files up to 5GB in size via the Mail Drop feature, or mark up images straight in the app before sending it off. The Safari app boasts a redesign to its address bar, favorites and subscription tabs. AirDrop also now works between iOS and OS X using its proximity awareness technology called Continuity.

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