Just like clockwork, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will begin in early June—June 6th to be exact. It’ll run until the 10th and cost you $1,600 if you wish to attend as a software developer.
The show is billed as an unveiling of “the future of iOS and Mac OS,” but it’s what also usually gets unveiled to kick off the yearly …
According to our friends over at TechCrunch, Apple’s next major update to iOS 5 won’t happen until later this year – in the fall. Traditionally, along with the announcement of a new iPhone, updates are usually announced in the early spring and pushed for a summer release. Oh noes.
TechCrunch sources state that the iOS 5 update …
If you were following along on Monday during our WWDC keynote live blog then you know why today’s Penny Arcade strip is HI-larious. If you didn’t, you should really go and read the live blog or watch the keynote.
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Rumors of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer taking the stage for seven minutes at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference have been greatly exaggerated. So exaggerated, in fact, that none of it’s true at all.
Microsoft just posted the following to its Twitter account:
“Steve Ballmer not speaking at Apple Dev Conf. Nor …
Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference will begin June 7 and run through till June 11 in San Francisco. No word on Steve Jobs making an appearance, but attendees will have the opportunity to manhandle iPhone OS 4 and attend the first iPad dev sessions. Glorious. Only if we saw that new iPhone.