There’s a lot of news to catch up on from today’s annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, but just in case you’re not quite ready to take them all in, here are some sights and scenes from the event at Moscone Center.

Apple Hosts Its Worldwide Developers Conference
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Apple Hosts Its Worldwide Developers Conference
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Apple Hosts Its Worldwide Developers Conference
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Apple Hosts Its Worldwide Developers Conference

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Apple announces a slew of new features with the introduction of iOS 8, including refreshed app interfaces, interactive notifications and several new SDKs.

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HomeKit, one of Apple’s freshly unveiled SDKs, aggregates smart home apps into one control panel.

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iOS 8 also comes with a new QuickType feature that adds contextual typing to the Messages app.

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Developers were audibly excited at the announcement of Apple’s new programming language, Swift.

Apple Hosts Its Worldwide Developers Conference

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For a recap of everything you might have missed from this year’s WWDC, check out our roundup.