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« on: June 13, 2013, 11:01:16 pm »

WWDC: What we didn't see


The keynote event that kicked off Apple’s 2013 Worldwide Developer’s Conference was jam-packed with announcements: iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro, new MacBook Airs, new apps like iBooks and Maps for Mac, and more.

But with great announcements come great opportunities for disappointment about the things that Apple didn’t announce this time around. Whether they were simply features we’d been hoping for or whispers that dominated the rumor mill, here are some announcements we wished we’d heard about, but didn’t.

Apple TV and other rumors

Whither the Apple TV SDK? Developers are antsy for an official way to get their programs onto the Apple TV alongside Apple-approved apps like Hulu. Unfortunately, right now the only way they can do so is via AirPlay. A true Apple TV SDK—accompanied, of course, by an Apple TV App Store—seems in some ways inevitable, but Apple apparently isn’t in any rush to make it happen.
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