When I was a young man, I stumbled upon a Ben Franklin quote that read, “Beer is proof that God exists and wants us to be happy.” I’m no longer a young man and I’ve since been told (by people much smarter than me) that Franklin probably never said that, but I adore the sentiment and the quote still hangs above my desk.
Few would argue that Epic Games’ Infinity Blade was one of the most impressive games ever released for iOS -- but that’s only the beginning, because the company has announced a sequel coming December 1, with a sneak preview on the iPhone 4S at Tuesday’s “Let’s talk iPhone” event in Cupertino.
Apple’s “Let’s talk iPhone” event revealed that the new iOS 5 will be arriving on October 12, and loads of puffy clouds will be floating along for the ride as iCloud launches on the same date -- and stay tuned, because iTunes Match will follow in late October.
Following an introduction by CEO Tim Cook and the announcement of iOS 5 arriving on October 12 from Scott Forstall, Eddy Cue took the stage to chat up iCloud prior to Phil Schiller’s introduction of all things iPod related.
Apple’s senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall followed up this morning’s iOS market figures and announcement of a new Cards app by revealing that iOS 5 will be released to the world in just over a week -- Wednesday, October 12.
Apple CEO Tim Cook brought senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall onto the “Let’s talk iPhone” keynote stage to chat about iOS 5 developer adoption, recap forthcoming iOS 5 features and unveil a new Cards app from Apple which revives the long-lost iCards feature from the .Mac days, this time for the iPhone.
Following updates on Apple’s retail store operations, CEO Tim Cook got down to business, sharing news on the company’s launch of OS X Lion and steep growth across every product category Cupertino has to offer.
Ahh, there’s nothing quite like a relaxing daytime drive. The idylls of the open road, the quiet hum of tires meeting road, the feeling of traveling through open air. Conversely, there’s a reason you shouldn’t climb into the driver’s seat while intoxicated -- it can make for one hell of an unwieldy and dangerous ride.