Apple just put on an incredible keynote for the 2011 World-Wide Developer, uncovering and revealing all kinds of exciting new things for all of us! In this post, I’ll summarize the developments announced for the upcoming iOS 5.
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That was quick! Today’s WWDC video is now available to watch online at Apple.com.
Apple today brought us one giant leap closer to OS X Lion. It was announced today that Lion will arrive in July but no specific date in July was given. What we do know is that OS X Lion will be available as a download through the Mac App Store and will come in at 4GB in size for a price of $29.99.
Following Apple’s big, beautiful WWDC keynote (we’ll have more on that later). it appears that Apple has opened up the download page for iOS 10.3, which likely enables some of the new cloud-i-ness of iTunes.
Apple today announced the Fall arrival of iOS 5. The next version of iOS will feature more 200 new features including notifications, Twitter integration, camera shortcut, reminder app, wireless sync and updating, and much much more.
Check out the new iOS 5 web site and watch an introductory video here.
Apple has just pushed the iCloud page live on Apple.com.
Want to know what’s happening at the WWDC event today? Follow this thread for commentary to keep up to date on Apple’s iCloud, OS X Lion, and iOS 5 announcements.
Ever dreamt of playing ping pong against a giant interactive screen that rewards you with McDonald’s treats? Wait, did you just say no? Are you mad? In that case, don’t visit Sweden. This video demonstrates an interactive game that uses your smartphone to compete against the computer in a game of ping pong. If you last 30 seconds, you win a free treat from MacDonalds.
We are more than 2 hours away from WWDC but some enthusiastic fanboys formed the queue at 4AM this morning to be right in the thick of the action from the get-go.
In a little under 3 hours Steve Jobs will take to the stage at WWDC to announce at least three new developments. OS X Lion, iOS 5, and Apple’s iCloud service will take center stage but of the three announcements, which one has you most excited? Click inside to vote on our poll.
When I first picked up my Exovault case, my initial reaction was that I wouldn’t like this case. Read my review inside and find out if I changed my mind about this $155 iPhone 4 case.
A screenshot of a new iOS 5 notification bar has emerged on ahead of Steve Jobs’ WWDC Keynote address today. It certainly looks real. What do you think?
June is typically Apple’s biggest month for product news, and this year is no exception. Steve Jobs will take the stage at 10 am Pacific today at San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center to deliver the company’s keynote address for the Worldwide Developer Conference. WWDC 2011 is all about software.
Just about an hour until the big WWDC SteveNote take place, and we are of course as excited as ever! Below, please find our predictions for the event, which we will rate in terms of likelihood – we may score ourselves on this later!
A few days ago, we reported that AT&T was showing zero stock of the black iPhone 4, and today, Verizon’s site is making a scene about promoting “pre-owned” Verizon iPhone 4’s. While a simple look reveals that they still have new iPhone 4’s in stock, still, it’s difficult not to become suspicious.
Cult of Mac is reporting that Apple’s Time Capsule may play a big part in Apple’s iCloud strategy. It is expected that Apple will use Time Capsules to run the iCloud service.