Apple Keynote Features New iOS, Mac OS X, and a Phone Call From Dr. Dre
The opening keynote of the Apple World Wide Developers' Conference (WWDC) Monday morning didn't feature any new hardware, but it did introduce new versions of both OS X and iOS, as well as numerous new features and a new programming language for developers.
- OS X, based on the new naming custom of "places in California," is called "Yosemite." It is a flatter, more iOS 7-like design, with windows that are translucent. There's also the ability to send iCloud-based emails of up to 5GB.