iOS 5 and iCloud are both out now, but that's only the beginning of all the ground Apple just covered. The deluge is more about extending Apple's platform as a whole, not just with a specific app or upgrade, and updates and new features abounded.
Here's the full rundown on everything that happened:
The new iOS 5 goes live soon, bringing with it revamped notifications and more than 200 new features for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. These are the top ten, and then some more.More »
Remember life before cellphones? It's hard, because they are so ubiquitous and essential. iCloud marks a similar turning point, a transition from an old way of doing things. More »
iOS 5 is here and most apps are slowly updating to include iCloud support, Newsstand, Twitter integration and more to iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches all around the world. More »
Find My Friends, Apple's your-friends-are-now-live-dots-on-a-map social network, is here! Do you like the idea of seeing the location of everyone you care about, constantly? More »
The sole remaining reason to use a BlackBerry is BBM-and now, the iPhone's got its own version. It's better than texting, but it comes with some potentially terrifying social vortexes to navigate. More »
Well that was quick as ever. The always-punctual iPhone Dev Team's already jailbroken (tethered) iOS 5, which has only been live a few hours, for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, and iPod Touch.
As always, you should know that the tethered version, which means you have to connect to a computer... More »
Apple's "iTunes Movie Trailers" app is one hell of a misnomer: it doesn't just beam down the giant library of trailers we love. The new app lets you buy tickets, find nearby theaters, and chart film releases on a calendar.
This could be really, really useful: More »
Controlling your wireless network no longer requires a computer. Apple's dropped another app surprise this morning: an iOS Airport Utility. Change your passwords, reset your routers, update firmware-all in your hand. More »
In full compliance with Apple's "never use your computer for anything ever again" initiative, you can now buy ringtones and alert tones directly from your iPhone. More »
We can't believe Apple bothered to develop a Cards app for the iPhone but hey, there are old people who still love to send and receive cards and young people who've forgotten what cards even are and they both use the iPhone. More »
Apple added iCloud and Photo Stream support in the new version of Aperture.