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WWDC: The New iOS 7 Announced, Coming This Fall

WWDC: The New iOS 7 Announced, Coming This Fall

At today’s WWDC Conference, the world was introduced to the newly redesigned iOS 7 for the iPhone and iPad. This overhaul gives iOS devices a much cleaner, more efficient look and adds several new enhancements to what already appears to be a monumental improvement to the existing software. The only drawback…we will all have to wait till this fall.
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Apple Posts WWDC 2011 Keynote Online

Apple Posts WWDC 2011 Keynote Online

If you missed today’s WWDC 2011 keynote, you can now watch Steve Jobs and his entourage via streaming video on Apple’s Special Event Page. Topics covered include the new Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5, iCloud and more. The video runs approximately 117 minutes long. Enjoy!
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Apple Set to Introduce New iCloud Service, iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion on June 6

Apple Set to Introduce New iCloud Service, iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion on June 6

Apple’s press release reports that Steve Jobs will be delivering the keynote address announcing the company’s new iCloud service, iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion on Monday, June 6th at the WWDC. Although, nothing has been divulged about iCloud, many speculate it to be something more than a music streaming service, perhaps replacing their MobileMe subscription service altogether. The official press release appears below:
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Snap Camera App Gets an Update - Zoom, Symbols and a WWDC Sale

Snap Camera App Gets an Update – Zoom, Symbols and a WWDC Sale

CodeCrop today announces Snap 1.2, an update to their popular camera app for iOS devices. Snap turns the iPhone camera into a productivity tool: snap a photo, write as many notes as you want, move them with your finger and the picture is saved with the notes overlaid on it. Easily share on Facebook, Twitter or email. Version 1.20 brings digital zoom, background transparency change and an exclusive symbols keyboard. In anticipation of WWDC, Snap will be on sale until June 6th.

Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Tickets Sold Out, Ten Hours After Announcement

Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Tickets Sold Out, Ten Hours After Announcement

This morning, Apple announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) where the company will showcase upcoming software upgrades for iOS and Mac OS. The event will be held in San Francisco at Moscone West from June 6 through June 10th. Philip Schiller, Apple senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing stated that this will be an event an iOS or Mac OS X software developer will not want to miss. However, only 10 hours since the announcement had been made, tickets for this event are now completely sold out. The press release appears below:
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WWDC Monday June 7th, Right Here at Appmodo

WWDC Monday June 7th, Right Here at Appmodo

Make sure you check in here at Appmodo on Monday, June 7th for WWDC 2010 news beginning at 10AM PST. New iPhones, new Macs, and more. Boom.
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About Objects Adds iPhone Development Classes for WWDC Attendees

About Objects Adds iPhone Development Classes for WWDC Attendees

Reston, VA – About Objects has added extra class dates to its schedule to accommodate developers attending Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco June 7 through June 11. The classes, Objective-C for Beginners, scheduled for May 29-30, and Introduction to iPhone and iPad Development, scheduled for May 31 through June 4 (the week immediately before WWDC), will be held near the Apple campus in Cupertino, CA, and will give developers who are new to the platform an opportunity to get up to speed on Objective-C and the iPhone SDK before attending the conference’s technical sessions.
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WWDC 2010 Begins June 7, Boom

WWDC 2010 Begins June 7, Boom

Boom! Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is back with vengence this year beginning June 7th through June 11th in San Francisco, CA. We can expect a yearly announcement of a new iPhone (which we kind of already know about), a preview of what’s to come with OS X, and other bits and pieces that Apple likes to explode in our faces.
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