Apple seems to have busy secretly installing fancy new features onto our iOS devices. Our latest discovery is the ability to download music you're purchased from the iTunes store that you haven't synced to your iOS device.
Just as they teased in a press release last week, Apple finally took the wraps off its long-awaited “cloud services offering,” iCloud. While Cupertino may act like theirs is the first such service to market, the reality is, as usual, something else entirely.
Still got a MobileMe account? Effective today, if you had an active MobileMe account your service has been automatically extended through June 30, 2012 at no additional charge. After this, MobileMe will cease to exist.
You'll have the ability to move over your MobileMe mail, contacts, calendars and bookmarks to iCloud once it becomes available this fall. And if you purchased the MobileMe box and haven't used the activation code inside, you can get a refund for it by submitting a refund request.
It was a big day in Apple as the company announced the features of three new products: OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud. Hopefully you got to join us for our live blog this morning, but if not here's every photo we took inside the keynote with Steve and the gang.
After introducing the new iCloud-based iTunes in the Cloud service, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils his “one more thing” in the form of iTunes Match, a new service which aims to put your music collection in the cloud with no downloading required.
Join us on Monday, June 6 at 10AM PST as we live blog the WWDC 2011 keynote event from Moscone West in downtown San Francisco. Steve and company will be showing us OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud and we'll have all the details for you right here! Stay tuned, bookmark this page, and do whatever you have to do to join us Monday morning.
After months (years?) of rumors and speculation, Apple themselves broke the iCloud story in a rare press release last week, making the cloud service an official part of the WWDC 2011 keynote. So what is iCloud and how will it rock your world? Read on…
Although Apple provided a pretty good look at its next-generation Mac OS X months ago, WWDC 2011 was the place to be to hear all of the remaining details that Cupertino has been keeping from us all this time, including when you can finally get your hands on 10.7 Lion at last.
Happy WWDC 2011 Monday! Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage at Moscone West in San Francisco this morning to kick off the annual Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 to a huge throng of developers and media ready to hear about Apple’s next-generation software.
Frequent Apple prognosticator John Gruber of Daring Fireball has chimed in with his last-minute thoughts on WWDC 2011 in the hours leading up to the big event. While he admits that he doesn’t know much about what will be announced, there are a few interesting tidbits on things he’s heard from others.