Calling all you aspiring developers out there! Apple has released videos from more than 100 individual sessions at this year's WWDC. Or maybe you might want to view them because perhaps you were able to actually attend the WWDC, and just want to relive some memories…whatever tickles your fancy!
As Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference winds down Friday, the company has kicked off two new programs for their developers. First up, the doors have swung open for those wishing to join the iAd network. The Safari Developer Program is also ready to accept developers as well.
It was a rare moment on Monday, as technology failed Apple CEO Steve Jobs during his WWDC 2010 keynote. While trying to show a demo of The New York Times website on both an iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 to demonstrate the company’s new Retina Display, the Wi-Fi choked and forced Jobs to move onto the next thing on his list. But could it have been the fault of the iPhone 4’s own drivers?
We recap yesterday's WWDC keynote announcements. Susie and Robbie talk about the pretty Retina Display screen and FaceTime. We even discuss the many face-related names they mistakenly referred to the feature as.
We get excited about the rebranding of the iPhone OS to iOS. Finally we'll be able to talk about the iPod touch without name dropping the iPhone every five seconds.