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A (Very Small) WWDC Snapshot Suggests Movement Of Developers To Android, Or Does It?
A large number of this year’s WWDC attendees also develop Android apps, but very few also create applications for the Mac. These findings come from Piper Jaffray’s WWDC Developer Survey Summary
Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 13
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.
No Longer A Secret: iCloud Debuts, Here Are The Details
It’s official: Apple CEO Steve Jobs has just announced the release of iCloud.
iOS 5 Reimagines Safari & Kills Need For Instapaper [Details Added]
A new version of Mobile Safari has been announced for iOS 5. Two significant featured were demoed at WWDC. These are Reader and Reading Lists.
Schiller Announces Mac App Store Enhancements With OS X Lion [Details Added]
Along with OS X Lion, the Mac App Store will be getting a significant upgrade. The new features will make it easier for users to download, install, and update apps. Most significantly, effective with Lion, all Apple software products will only be available as downloads in the Store.
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.
A.T. Faust III
| 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.
| June 5
WWDC: Not All About iCloud
Tomorrow is like Christmas morning for many of us, as we await WWDC and Steve Jobs' important keynote address.We know quite a bit about some of the gifts coming our way. However, there could be some unexpected surprises under the tree. And one in particular.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 5