Calling it "the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday unveiled an operating system for iPhones and iPads that will radically overhaul how users' touchscreens look.
The new system, iOS 7, was part of a two-hour presentation that included refreshed MacBook Airs, the announcement of an iTunes Radio streaming-music service and a sneak peek at a new Mac Pro that will be the most powerful computer Apple has ever made.
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Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco today.
Dan Simon tells you what to expect.
We've all got the gadget we can't live with out. For most of us it's our smart phone. But from cool cameras, to e-readers, to 3D TV’s and Rokus, there's gadgets and gizmos aplenty out there. Paul Reynolds is an expert on all things electronic. An editor for Consumer Reports Magazine, he comes to “Early Start” to show some of his top five picks of 2012 electronics. Convenience, versatility, innovation, sleek design and portability are wired into these five devices. See if any of your go-to favorites made his list.