While Tim Cook’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference keynote on Monday failed to deliver any of the hardware some WWDC attendees had hoped for, it packed the event with a wealth of major software announcements. In fact, CEO Tim Cook and senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi had so much software news to present that some of the details were either delivered too quickly for attendees to process — or are only just becoming apparent now that developers have their hands on the beta versions. Some new features they spoke of were the new OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 have added Duck Duck Go, the upstart search engine touted for its privacy features, as an option for searching in Safari, there is now the option to adjust exposure in the camera app, also In Messages you’ll have the ability to set how long you want to save your messages: forever, 30 days or one year.
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