At WWDC 2011 Steve Jobs introduced iCloud and mentioned a couple of things while doing so that made people wonder if iCloud will be an iOS an OS X specific technology or if it will be made available to 3rd parties platforms and establish itself as an industry standard instead. Apple’s CEO mentioned iCloud would… →
Steve Jobs to introduce iCloud, iOS 5, Lion at Apple’s June 6 WWDC keynote
The Worldwide Developers Conference keynote will begin Monday, June 6 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Apple confirmed that it will show off iCloud, “Apple’s upcoming cloud services offering.” The Cupertino company also announced today that Steve Jobs will return to the stage to present Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5 and the above mentioned… →
The OS X “Mac App Store” and Apple’s Plans for World Domination
Yesterday’s announcement that Apple will open an OS X “App Store” in 90 days is a total game changer. Consumers will be the obvious winners. App developers also stand to benefit, despite Apple’s hefty 30% cut of revenue. What looks like another smart move by Apple to leverage its dominance in the smart device, mobile… →
iPhone 4 reception issue: myth or fact? Design flaw or software issue?
If you’re left handed like me, forget being able to use an iPhone 4 without a case. Here are the myths and facts about the iPhone 4 reception issues. I’ve been thinking of how Apple could resolve the issue with a software update: they could determine how you’re holding the phone, perhaps thanks to the… →
iPhone 4 Secrets: what Gizmodo didn’t know
Steve Jobs was expected to have little new to show about the new iPhone at WWDC 2010 keynote, since a near-final prototype had been “found in a bar” and all discoverable details were published by Gizmodo weeks before the event. Instead, nothing about the new Retina Display was leaked apart from the fact that the… →
If Apple is the new IBM, then Google is the new Microsoft?
Google Search, Google Ads, Google Phones, Google Browser, Google Netbooks, Google Tablets, Google TVs, then what? Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering for Google, suggested during Google I/O conference that Google’s entrance into the mobile phone market was a move meant to directly oppose the likes of Apple and its tightly controlled iPhone platform. “If… →
What the iPad did to personal computing
The iPad. Hate it, love it, addicted to it?… reactions are all over the web, the only thing you can’t do is ignore the new “magical” device from Apple. Steve Jobs finally reached the target he and Wozniak had when they initially started working together: the iPad is the first computer for people that don’t… →
Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to gain multitasking and over 100 new user features this summer
Steve made it again. As Microsoft is going to “copy” Apple’s iPhone banning multitasking for 3rd parties apps, the “most advanced mobile OS in the world” makes another leap forward adding a multitasking implementation that provides a “multitasking experience” to users while preserving battery life. The new release adds 7 services for developers that allow… →
Apple: history of a business resurrection.
Apple was given as “dead” in 1997. Steve Jobs returned and created a strategy in 4 weeks to resurrect the company. What were the key points of that strategy, and how did that allow Apple to create the iPod and the iPhone? Here are some quotes from the press in 1997: “Apple has become irrelevant”,… →