The Apple keynote was truly jam-packed, from beginning to end. It's worth watching. But it was nearly 2 hours long. If you don't have 117 minutes, this is the best stuff. The moments that matter. Everything you need to see.
Apple announced iOS 5 today with 200 new features for your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Grab a coffee and settle into your favorite reading chair as we're going to take a closer look at some of these changes.Once you are done snapping your prize-winning photos, you can hop over to the Photos app…
iOS 5 is certainly going to make a ton of iPhone users happy. Notifications are improved, iMessage will be awesome, Newstand looks nice, etc. But what about the other 200 features that'll show up in iOS 5? There's good stuff there too!
Launchpad! Mission Control! Airdrop! Lion's packing so many bold new features that the keynote sounded like chatter from a missile silo. Apple highlighted the ten big ones, but what about the other 240? There are some hidden gems. Let's look!
Apple made the bold move of pre-announcing its WWDC offerings last week, but we're sure there will still be surprises aplenty. Be sure to check out our liveblog today for breaking news; in the meantime, here are our predictions:
Atten-shun, fanboys, trolls, and all you beautiful normal people you: We will covering the WWDC 2011 keynote this Monday, June 6 at 10:00am. I feel a surprise in the air! Or it may be the cookies in the oven.
The word from Apple is that WWDC is going to be a softwarepalooza, no iDevices invited. But what if some of Apple's hardware is integral to its iCloud strategy? Like, say, Airport Extreme, Airport Express, and Time Capsule?
Apple is finally ready to show off iCloud, its cloud service that they built that massive data center for. It was always a matter of when, rather than if, but at WWDC, we'll finally get to see what they're planning.
If you are waiting for iPhone 5, now you have a solid target day: Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference will start on June 6. The iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4 were all launched at previous WWDCs. In the words of Phil Schiller: