Apple has posted a streaming video of the keynote event that took place a few hours ago on its Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone Center, San Francisco. Apple is getting faster in this video posts. Lots of stuff announced at the keynote. Not time for everything, so the Mac Pro was silently updated on Apple’s official product page.
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In a few hours, the Apple keynote will kick-start a week tailored for developers working on Apple’s platforms. It will be the first WWDC keynote after Steve Jobs’ passing. From what we’ve seen, the ‘speakers’ team headed by Tim Cook knows how to deliver a good presentation while keeping Apple’s cultural values in place. Intriguing this year is […]
My thoughts on the WWDC announcements have been postponed quite often due to other affairs, and, while writing had started, they never made it to the blog. Since OS X Lion is rumoured to be released this week, here’s another chance to present my take on Lion as shown at the WWDC Keynote. This article doesn’t try to […]
Apple just released the WWDC 2011 Keynote streaming video (fullscreen available on Safari only). Watch it here for a detailed overview of the new Apple announcements: Mac OS X Lion, iOS5 and the new free service iCloud. Update: Apple has posted the full video in iTunes as a podcast. Get it here. ~ Apple’s OS X Lion and iOS […]
As usual, John Gruber of Daring Fireball published a pre-WWDC piece and raises some pertinent points about what could be announced tomorrow morning at the keynote. You can read the article here.
Earlier in the year, Apple had “hinted” that there would be no hardware announcements on WWDC. Two main subjects were on the table — Mac OS X Lion and iOS 5 — but today Apple officially added a third one. The rumored iCloud service is indeed going to be presented to common mortals next week. It’s interesting that […]
iLounge posted a 7 min. video showing the interface of several iPhone 4 features. One can get a good sense of what to expect in terms of speed and responsiveness of the device when multitasking, opening folders, exploring photos, watching video and navigating through other apps/options. It sure seems to be one speedy gadget.
Apple has released the WWDC 2010 Keynote Address as a downloadable video podcast. You can get it here.
This is an example of good marketing showing how the App Store business is going. No charts and numbers in sight, just good ol’ time and visual perception. Nice.
Apple has posted the video-on-demand of today’s WWDC 2010 Keynote Address. You can watch it here.