With so many people excited (and enraged) about iPhone 3GS, it's no wonder we glossed over Snow Leopard's cool UI update, which gives you Exposé control from inside the Dock. Now's your chance to see the video demo:
You can get it now. Just fire up your favorite Torrent client and look for iPhone OS 3.0 7a341. Everyone can install this, not just developers. Here's how it works:
What happened at the WWDC 2009 Keynote? In case you missed our roundup, check out this slightly abridged, 3-minute summary of the whole 2-hour event. You'll note that the new iPhone 3GS is: "faster...faster...faster...so fast." [Video by Mike Byhoff]
At WWDC, Apple handed devs a beautiful two-disc set of Snow Leopard build 10a380 (one disc Xcode, one disc Server). We were unable to acquire a copy of our own, but now that the latest build of Snow Leopard has leaked online, we could probably download it through less-than-legal means. (Though if any devs in the Bay…
At yesterday's WWDC conference, Apple stationed a little bit of eye candy in the Moscone Center lobby: a 5x4 matrix of Cinema Display monitors, adorned with thousands of iPhone app icons. The twist? Whenever someone purchases an app, it pulsates.
Today was big for Apple, busting out hardware updates in the two hottest lines—iPhones and MacBooks—along with final details on the overhauls of their two operating systems, too. We saw everything but a tablet—and Steve Jobs.
Though Jesus debunked a number of the more fun WWDC rumors—what's a "unibody" iPhone?—in his sober-light-of-day roundup last Friday, it's nice to run through them all, to see how many rumors were true, and how many were smashable.
Last week I posed the question: Palm Pre or the new iPhone 3G? According to the results, 44% were planning to get the new iPhone 3GS.
Already the 3GS is incurring fanboy wrath: For 3G owners not yet eligible for a new phone, the 32GB costs $499 and the 16GB costs $399—and even more without contract. Three tiers of official pricing below:
Apple announced that the 8GB iPhone 3G will sell alongside the iPhone 3GS with a price drop: We've finally gotten the fabled $99 iPhone (with contract, obviously) we've all been wanting. Best of all, it's available immediately.
They're late in coming, but the iPhone 3GS's Voice Control commands, which support calling, music playback, and other device functions, look fantastic, assuming they work as advertised.