Apple on Monday introduced iPhone 4, which will go on sale in the US, UK and Japan on June 24, 2010. Preorders are expected to begin on June 18, and it will cost as little as $199 for qualified buyers.
I’m in the WWDC keynote hall waiting for the fun to begin. I’ll have a live update of the event today that you can follow on the special live update page on The Loop. Tune in and join in on … Continued
I’ve been tracking the amount of traffic coming to The Loop from people using Mac OS X 10.7 since about February 2010 and while it has risen significantly, I don’t think we’ll see much of it at Apple’s Worldwide Developers … Continued
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Not too much of a surprise from Apple today, but everyone holds their breath until they make it official. CEO Steve Jobs will keynote the company’s developer conference next month, kicking off the event on June 7 at 10:00 am. … Continued
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) takes place in San Francisco from June 7-11, but it’s not the only conference in the area during that time. eBay is also holding its developer conference and they are offering WWDC devs discounted entry.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs responded to an email from a developer on why the Mac was dropped from this year’s WWDC Apple Design Awards. Jobs responded saying this was “just the normal cycle of things” and that Apple was focusing … Continued
Apple announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference on Wednesday, but developers got a surprise when they tried to renew subscriptions — Apple’s Safari Web browser wouldn’t complete the transaction.
Apple on Wednesday said its Worldwide Developers Conference will be kick off on June 7 at Moscone West in San Francisco.
Developers are very confident at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). So confident, in fact, some are considering a change in system requirements in the next major version of their applications.
I have never seen a happier group of developers. Over 5,000 of them gathered in San Francisco this week for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to work with Apple engineers and see what the company will offer in the next iPhone and Mac OS X releases.
One of the highlights of every Worldwide Developers Conference is the Apple Design Awards. This is a ceremony where Apple gives awards to developers that best use the interface and technologies the company provides to build applications.
Apple used its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to unveil the iPhone 3G S, that features improved performance, longer battery life and an autofocus camera and video recording. The iPhone 3G S offers speeds up to twice as fast as the … Continued
The eyes of the mobile industry are squarely focused on Cupertino, Calif. as Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is set to kick off on Monday. First unveiled at a special event at the company’s campus, the highlight of the … Continued
If the hush coming out of Cupertino isn’t enough of a signal that Apple is about to dazzle us with something at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), perhaps the banners at Moscone are. As AppleInsider reports, Adam Jackson took … Continued