Even though Apple's WWDC keynote concluded only a few hours ago, a video of the entire presentation
has already been made available. The keynote covered a number of topics for Apple, including the introduction of OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, and a brand new 'Swift' programming language.
One of the most noticeable changes announced
for Yosemite was an overhauled design, including all new icons, window styling, text, and translucency effects. Mail and Safari have also undergone significant changes, gaining new features that should improve the way users share content.
Meanwhile, iOS 8 announcements
were broken down into two sections. On the user side, customers can expect to find interactive notifications, an improved on-screen keyboard, and an updated Messages app. Apple also spent time detailing a range of new tools
that developers will have access to in order to create better apps.
The video can be found both on Apple's website and through the "Apple Events" channel on the Apple TV.