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Twitter's New Photo Service Is Already Inside iOS 5
Twitter might have the official release of its photo service for later week, but iOS developers can access it ahead of everyone else. That's right, the service is built-in to the first beta version of iOS 5, which was released yesterday.
| June 7
Apple's iCloud Beta Available Today - iTunes In The Cloud
Apple is releasing a beta version of its cloud-based service - iCloud - today.
Apple Brings Photos To The Cloud, Unveils "Photo Stream"
Apple has just unveiled a brand new iCloud feature, which will launch with iOS 5 - "Photo Stream."
Apple Announces Another iCloud Feature: Apps In The Cloud
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has just announced another amazing cloud feature - iOS applications stored in the cloud.
Apple Talks Mac OS X Lion: Will Be Available In The Mac App Store Only For $29.99
Today, at its WWDC keynote address, Apple unveiled Mac OS X Lion. The upcoming version of Apple's desktop operating system will be able to purchase in July (from the Mac App Store only) for $29.99, and it'll weigh-in at four gigabytes.
Apple's WWDC Keynote Begins - Follow Along At Our AppAdvice Live Blog
Apple's WWDC keynote presentation is now underway. For all the information as it happens, be sure to tune-in to our live blog. You can visit it on the Web at http://live.appadvice.com, or view it inside the AppAdvice app.
Two Covered Banners At WWDC Keynote Could Hint At A New iPhone?
Over at the Moscone Center, we've just noticed two hidden banners - possibly suggesting that Apple will announce an exciting surprise towards the end of its keynote presentation, as a "one more thing."
Our AppAdvice WWDC Keynote Live Blog Is On & Waiting For You
That’s right, while Apple’s WWDC keynote presentation is set to kick-off in one hour’s time, our live blog is already buzzing.
Daring Fireball's John Gruber Talks Last-Minute WWDC 2011 Expectations
John Gruber waxes optimistic about tomorrow's iCloud and iOS 5 announcements.
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| June 6
Don't Forget - We'll Be Covering Today's WWDC Keynote Live
This morning, Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will announce iOS 5 and iCloud. And your favorite iOS news resource - AppAdvice, of course! - will be covering the event live.
New Video Hits The Web - If Only The iOS Was This Magical!
A new video has hit the Web, outlining an imagined version of the iOS that really is "magical."
Breaking: 400,000 iOS Applications Now Available In The App Store
A massive 400,000 iOS applications are now available to download in Apple’s App Store.
Here's Another iOS 5 Concept Video To Get You Excited For WWDC
Another interesting iOS 5 concept has hit the Web, which outlines two ideas Jan Michael-Cart calls "dynamic icons" and "app previews."
| June 4
God Bless England: London Apple Fans To Watch Keynote In Pub, With Beer
A group of avid Apple fans are planning on watching WWDC's keynote presentation live, in a pub, with beer.
| June 4
Apple To Pay Between $100 Million & $150 Million In Advanced Payments To Labels
Apple reportedly has four major music labels on board for iCloud, but how much did that cost the Cupertino, CA company?
| June 3
Apple Starts Adorning The Moscone With WWDC Signage
Apple’s WWDC event is less than a week away, and in preparation the company has started decorating the Moscone Center.
| June 1
Another Interesting iOS 5 Concept Hits The Web
Another iOS 5 concept has been spotted online, but this time things are a little different. The concept - imagined by Federico Bianco - exists in the form of a keynote slideshow, not only giving viewers an idea of some features we hope will be included in iOS 5, but also a glimpse of how they may be unveiled to the world on June 6.
| May 30
"Back To School" Announcement Could Be Made At WWDC, Discounted iPads For Students?
Apple's "Back to School" promotion could be announced at WWDC, according to a recent report. Furthermore, the company is rumored to be planning on offering a $200 iPad discount as part of the program, along with free and discounted iPod models.
| May 28