Posts tagged WWDC 2011
Apple is reportedly working on new advancements that could dramatically increase the sophistication of functionalities provided by the iPhone’s calendar alerts and other notifications if implemented into future iOS upgrades. Based on this patent application discovered by the folks over at Apple Insider, there’s a good reason to get excited about “dynamic, GPS-enabled calendar alerts” in the near future. The patent application in question is dubbed “Dynamic Alerts for Calendar Events.” Based on the filing with the US Patent and Trademark Office, the patent describes a system capable of More >
Everyone already knows that Apple will most likely unveil the long awaited iCloud service next week and now a few more details regarding the issue are beginning to emerge. It has already been made clear that Steve Jobs is set to take the stage at the Moscone Center next week for Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference and iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion, and iCloud will be the main focus of the event.
Apple previously delayed iCloud in order to obtain licensing agreements from all of the major record labels before launching the service. Since everything is in place now, Apple is free to launch the More >
It seems more and more likely that the next iPhone model update will not come during the usual June / July launch window. There is some speculation that it may not even be released until the spring of 2012 at the earliest which is news that upsets many. Hopefully we won’t have to wait that long for a new iPhone model but we are sure something will be mentioned at WWDC.
The Japanese website, macotakara is reporting the following: “According to an anonymous source, this reported product by DigiTimes is improved model of iPhone 4 on same form factor, and uses ARM Cortex-A9 chip as CPU, but More >
For the last few months, we have been hearing that Apple will be implementing NFC (Near Field Communications) technology in the next generation iPhone. At this point in time, it is all speculation with no hard evidence of whether the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 will actually feature NFC technology. This may soon have to change if Apple is paying close attention to what its competitor, Google announced today.
According to ElectricPig, a British technology blog, Apple’s PR department is trying to get UK press to attend the event on June 6th in San Francisco, California. The reports have once again kicked off rumors that Apple will be releasing its next iPhone at the conference. The iPhone 3G, 3GS, and 4 were all announced during the keynote, but it has been largely held that the company will just be focusing on software this year. As per rumors in the tech world, Apple will not be announcing an iPhone 4S / 5 until later this year, with perhaps an iOS announcement coming at WWDC 2011, which runs More >
You can call it a coincidence or call it whatever you want but on the same day news of Apple ramping up its data storage facilities around the US, word comes out about Apple apparently sealing the deal with several of the top labels in the music industry. Naturally, this development points fingers towards Apple inching closer to rivaling both Amazon and Google with its very own cloud-storage and music streaming services.
According to CNET:
Apple has signed a cloud-music licensing agreement with EMI Music and is very near to completing deals with Universal Music Group and Sony Music More >
Apple has been pushing iOS firmware updates to the iDevices via their popular iTunes application for the longest. When a new software update is available, users need to plug their device in via USB, click update, and the new software version is downloaded and installed.
Apple’s competitors have already been offering a different, more direct method for software updates that happens over-the-air. Specifically, when an update to Google’s Android operating system or HP/Palm’s webOS is released, users are provided an update notification and can update the software right on their phone. No More >
As you already know, The WWDC 2011 announced yesterday, is already sold out in less than 10 hours. The original cost to attend the event was $1,599 cost. But people are selling extra ticket(s) at a price of US$3,500. Its actually “Buy It Now price” and there is a bidding option available.
According to its seller, its a ticket that he bought for a friend, who is unable to attend it now. But the price is more than a double of actual amount.
If you are unaware, Apple is holding Word Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2011 in San Francisco from June 6 to June 10.
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With the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference coming up in a few short months, we were all getting ready for a peak at the iPhone 5, but rumors have been surfacing that we could be waiting a little longer than we had hoped.
This would be unusual — Apple has unveiled a new iPhone at WWDC the last 3 years in a row — but not impossible to believe.
Apple’s apparent focus on software in its WWDC announcement backs up what my own sources are More >
Apple officially announced to hold its flagship annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 6th-10th at the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco. The five-day conference includes hands-on working labs for developing, deploying and integrating the latest iOS and Mac OS technologies and Apple design awards. As per the event notes Apple will hold over 100 technical sessions for developers, with over 1,000 Apple engineers on hand to provide support for attendees. Registration for the conference passes are priced at $1599 only.
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