Apple’s senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall today previewed iOS 6, the next generation of the company’s mobile operating system at WWDC 2012, which includes an all-new Maps app as well as Passbook.
An executive selling off their shares in the company they work for always makes for news, but when the amount in question is 95 percent and the executive is none other than iOS chief Scott Forstall, it could make headlines.
As we all wait to see what Apple might have its sleeve for up-ending the education market on Thursday, the rumors are already swirling around the New York City media event -- as if the world needs more evidence that anything related to Apple can really stir up the tech press! And that’s not all: A Japanese blog is predicting an iPad 3 media event just two or three weeks from now, if you believe that kind of stuff. So let’s put on our tinfoil hats and delve deep into what’s making news for this terrific Tuesday, January 17, 2012.
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 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.
Skipping the traditional spring unveiling, Apple used part of its WWDC 2011 keynote to show off what’s coming in the next generation of its mobile devices, namely the behemoth that is iOS 5. Here’s what’s new, and when to expect it.
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.
As Apple took some flack over the past week in regard to the iOS tracking issue, today the company addressed the issue as we brought it to you earlier. But the company decided to do the PR announcement one better by also bringing out CEO Steve Jobs and senior vice presidents Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall to address the issue in an interview. They also discussed what took so darn long for the white iPhone 4.