We pity the fool that held any kind of media event today (Adobe, we’re looking at you!), because the Apple juggernaut pretty much ran right over other announcements for this fine Tuesday, October 4. But there was more than just a new iPhone 4S and a release date for iOS 5 going on today. Here’s the latest and greatest from across the internet!
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As awesome as the new iPhone 4S looks, there’s just one more thing that senior vice president of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller left out of his keynote -- and it’s at the heart of the company’s “Let’s talk iPhone” invitation.
Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, Phil Schiller, followed up a couple of iPod updates by introducing the widely rumored iPhone 4S, the latest and greatest handset from the company.
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.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed the torch to newly appointed CEO Tim Cook back on August 24, and the new boss is wasting no time by kicking things off in grand style on the Cupertino campus with Tuesday’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event.