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Briefly: WWDC keynote posted to YouTube, Lytro outs iOS app

updated 11:37 am EDT, Thu June 20, 2013

Apple uploads WWDC keynote to YouTube

A week and a half after its WWDC keynote, Apple has uploaded the entire presentation to YouTube. At nearly two hours long, the keynote acted as the grand unveiling of iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and a totally redesigned Mac Pro. At around the 17 minute mark Craig Federighi takes the stage and begins to preview some of the new features in the upcoming OS X update. This includes Finder tabs, improved support for multiple displays, and new Maps and iBooks apps. This is then followed by Phil Schiller's sneak preview of the Mac Pro at 48 minutes and Tim Cook's introduction of iOS 7 roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes in.

Lytro actives hidden WiFi chip with latest firmware update

In a surprise announcement, Lytro has revealed that all of its light-field cameras have a hidden WiFi chip that will be activated with the release of its new firmware update. Following the update Lytro owners will be able to connect their camera to an iPhone, via a new Lytro iOS app, and view images directly on the iOS device. On top of viewing images, the mobile app also includes the ability to refocus a picture via Perspective Shift, add captions and geotagging, and share images to a number of social networks.




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