Alongside the first beta of iOS 5, and another developer preview of OS X Lion, Apple has released iTunes 10.5 beta, which is required to sync iOS 5 devices (and enable more iCloud-related features), as well as the developer beta of their new iCloud service.
iOS 5 News
The Apple Dev Center has recently been updated, and iOS 5 Beta 1, as well as the 4th developer preview of Lion, are now available for download by registered developers, and can be obtained from Apple’s development hub.
Following their impressive keynote, Apple has updated the information on their Lion and iOS 5 pages to reflect their announcements. The pages include new information, videos, and more to keep the thirsty fans at bay.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Apple will introduce iOS 5 tomorrow at WWDC, making the iPad even more magical and revolutionary than ever.
Apple has hired iPhone hacker, Peter Hajas, presumably for his work on MobileNotifier, a refreshing update to the painfully annoying notification system iOS currently offers.
MacRumors got a tip that Apple inadvertently revealed an over-the-air app update feature for iOS in iTunes. This would indicate that such a feature will be available in iOS 5, which will be announced Monday at WWDC. Apple could also be bringing system updates to iOS which would finally allow users to cut the cord entirely.
As Apple works to prepare the Moscone Center for their 2011 WWDC conference, the observant are able to sneak an early glimpse of what is to come, and AppleInsider has managed to snap up some pics of the iCloud logo, as well as a confirmation that Lion + iOS5 + iCloud = WWDC!
Twitter has just made searching from their web app more feature-rich by showing relevant photos and videos and will eventually offer integrated photo sharing through their partner, Photobucket.
Apple pundit MG Siegler is reporting that iOS 5 may be getting system-level Twitter integration
Apple has officially announced Steve Jobs will be the Keynote Speaker for WWDC 2011 next week to unveil the much anticipated iOS 5 software release as well as the iCloud online storage offering and OS X Lion.
It’s been a big news day for Apple. Following reports of a revamped iOS notification system, and the possible inclusion of Widgets in iOS 5 comes a report that the iPhone 5 will not feature Apple’s mapping technology, but will remain on Google Maps.