Everything Apple Has Launched at WWDC Since 2006 in One Chart

Apple unveiled a series of incremental updates and larger-scale new products — hello, Apple Music — at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. But the introductions shouldn't come as a huge surprise: the company often uses WWDC as a stage to launch what, in some cases, becomes iconic software and hardware.
Each year, there's a new version of OS X and iOS (starting in 2008) — and this year is no exception. In addition to the iOS and OS X upgrades, we saw the launch of Apple's streaming music service and a software developer kit (SDK) for the Apple Watch.