Apple Names Top iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps of 2011


Every year at WWDC Apple presents design awards to developers for their excellent apps. The winners are chosen from app developers who excel in the areas of: Design – “delightful, elegant, intuitive, engaging, exciting, compelling, and reliable” Innovation – “revolutionary, inspirational, unique, and do things in completely new and exciting ways” Technical Excellence – “excellent performance and […]

iTunes Match Cost vs. the Competition

iTunes Match

Apple just announced iCloud, a new online service that provides easy access to all the music users have purchased through iTunes for free. Apple has also announced a service called iTunes Match, which will match the music you have ripped or purchased from other stores and add a high quality version to your iCloud library […]

Apple’s New iCloud Service Will be Almost Free

iClouds built into iOS and OS X Lion and Free

Apple announced their new iCloud service at WWDC 2011 confirming the rumors that have swirled for months that a cloud storage and syncing feature will become a free part of Apple’s device ecosystem. iCloud is free unless you want access to a new part of the music portion of the cloud version of iTunes. The […]

Split Keyboard for Thumb Typing Coming to iPad with iOS 5

iOS 5 Grab Handles for Easier Thumb Typing

Apple’s new iOS 5 will bring a dramatic improvement to the typing experience with something they call “Grab Handles” which is a split keyboard. This will be benefit those who need to type with their thumbs while holding their iPad or iPad 2 with two hands. Previously, one would have to have pretty large hands […]

5 Intriguing WWDC Rumors: iPhone 5, iOS 5, iCloud

Robert Scoble

Tomorrow is Apple’s biggest event of the year, the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) which will run from June 6th all the way through the week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The first keynote from the conference takes place tomorrow at 10AM and there are plenty of rumors regarding the products that Apple has announced […]

5 Reasons Apple Won’t Announce the iPhone 5 at WWDC


June 6th marks the day that Apple will take over the Moscone Center in San Francisco and hosts its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), a sold out event that will last all the way until the 10th of June. As you well know, WWDC is the platform that Apple generally uses to make announcements […]

iOS and iPhone Timeline: From iPhone to iOS 5 in 5 Years

iPhone 3G goes on Sale

Since the introduction in 2007, the iPhone has shaken up the mobile industry with the iPhone, the largest app store, a tightly controlled but beautiful iOS operating system and yearly upgrades to the iPhone. As we approach WWDC 2011 where Apple will announce iOS 5 and may announce an iPhone 5 or may not announce […]

WWDC 2011 Banners Reveal Apple iCloud Logo


Some spy shots of workers putting up banners at San Francisco’s Moscone Center for Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developers Conference have revealed a number of things including the logo for the company’s upcoming cloud service, iCloud. As you can see in the photos, the banners highlight the three major products that the Cupertino based company […]

5 Features iOS 5 Needs to Make Me Switch from Android [WWDC]

WWDC 2011 iOS 5 Features

Steve Jobs will take the stage at WWDC 2011 on Monday to announce a collection of new software updates and features. While OS X Lion is expected to be a big part of this announcement, we also expect Jobs to talk about the future of the software that powers the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad […]