Good news for iOS developers, as Apple announced its World Wide Developers Conference to be held in San Francisco. The conference will emphasis on development techniques for the Mac programmers all around the world and Apple’s engineers help them to understand the additional changes in new OS. Just like last year, this conference will be focused on two major platforms: iOS and OS X.
“We have a great WWDC planned this year and can’t wait to share the latest news about iOS and OS X Mountain Lion with developers,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
There was a lot of buzz about this new iPad roll-out and what it would be called – iPad 3, iPad-HD or iPad-2S? Well, Apple used none of these names and stuck to the term “iPad” and raised the curtains on this device calling it simply “the new iPad“.
So What’s different about this iPad from its beautiful predecessor, the iPad 2? How is it priced? Let’s have a look at the new offering in this blog post!
Oh no, it is not just a tag-line here, Let’s Talk iPhone is a very serious phrase. All invitations sent out to the media for the October 4 Apple event are marked “Let’s Talk iPhone”. It is now known that Apple plans to unveil its iPhone 5 on October 4, the launch has been surrounded by numerous rumors and leaks, every single one of them claiming to be true.
I, however, came across this blog post on Forbes quoting an article by Jason Schwarz where he claims the iPhone 5 to be equipped with the “Most Revolutionary User Interface in History”. Jason Schwarz is no ordinary man, he is an investment advisor to Apple and an investor in Apple himself.
Research in Motion has delayed the launch of its much anticipated tablet PC, the BlackBerry Playbook, apparently due to serious problems with its battery life. Information available on the internet from credible inside sources suggests the Playbook lasts hardly a few hours and is no match to Apple’s iPad which lasts almost 10 hours and the Samsung Galaxy tab which lasts almost 6 hours.
Tweet Yesterday, the 27th of September 2010, Research in Motion (RiM) unveiled the shiny Blackberry Playbook. An interesting domain RIM has decided to step into indeed. The Playbook boasts of features such as being multi-tasking, flash loving, enterprise ready and how can I forget not to mention, its a tablet with two integrated Cameras, a [...]