Posts Tagged ‘WWDC 2010’

Remember the Gyroscope feature demo which Steve Jobs demonstrated on iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010? While I have tried different gyroscope based apps from the App Store, but what I was always looking for was this app which was shown off by Steve. Well guess what? there is now a app available in the App Store by the name of “Gyroblox 4” which looks and works a hell a lot like the demo app shown at WWDC 10.

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For those of you who couldn’t make it to the event, and want to relive the unveiling of iPhone 4 as was seen by WWDC 10 attendees present that day in Moscone Center. Apple has uploaded the entire keynote address on both their official website, and on their YouTube channel so that you don’t miss some of the most important announcements by Apple in recent times.

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Apples CEO Steve Jobs is all set to kick off his WWDC 10 keynote address in about an hour from now at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The conference will mainly focus on iPhone development, iPhone OS 4, and the unveiling of the 4th-gen iPhone. Final version of OS X 10.6.4, Cloud based iTunes.com, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, Mac Pro refresh, iPad OS 3.3 / 3.2.1, Safari 5 and free version of MobileMe are some of the other things that we expect Apple to announce at the event.

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WWDC 10 is only about 12 hours away now where Apple will unveil the next iPhone and what we have now is even more pictures leaked from Korea, showing the back panel, and other parts of the white model (video here) of the next-gen iPhone. The back panel case is similar to all the previous leaks that we have seen so far. Maybe someone in China, Vietnam or Korean region have got loads of these parts and they are selling it off to make loads of money right before the official announcement by Jobs.

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WWDC 10 is going to be a huge event for both developers and consumers. Apple has got some cool new things to announce such as the new iPhone 4 / HD. But what are the other things which we should expect from Steve Jobs’ WWDC 10 keynote? Let’s take a look at them.

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According to the sources at BGR, there is high chance that the next Apple iPhone will go on sale nationwide on Friday, June 18th 2010. They have confirmed it through multiple AT&T store reps that since the sales quotas for this month are very high, what this means is that the iPhone 4G/HD is confirmed to launch sometime in June, not July.

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Those of you who have been using Apple MobileMe services might have noticed a slight change in “Account Type” status for the last week or so. It now reads “Full Member” instead of “Free Member” or “Individual” which hints at a possibility that Apple might be making this service free after all.

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Apple has started hanging banners outside San Francisco’s Moscone center in preparation for the upcoming WWDC 2010 conference which will be held here next week starting from June 7. The large iPhone apps-centric WWDC10 banner which was seen on the invitation cards has already been hung, alongside Apple logo outside the main conference center.

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We are now really losing the count of how many of these prototypes have Apple lost aren’t we? After those leaked metal frame shots of the new iPhone, now a Portuguese site has grabbed the metal frame which Apple has used to house the main interior components of the new iPhone. This is basically that middle unibody piece which will have glass (or plastic) top on each side.

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According to the latest round of rumors, Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer will make a surprise appearance at WWDC 2010 (7 minutes to be exact from Steve Jobs keynote) to announce Visual Studio 2010 for iPhone, iPad and Mac OS development. John Gruber of Daring Fireball reports the following.

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It’s official now. Steve Jobs will kick off Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference 2010 with a keynote address on 7th June at 10:00 am Pacific Time. Even though this year there has been a rash of high profile leaks prior to WWDC, which includes: iPhone 4G/HD and iPod touch with camera, yet the conference is expected to be as exciting as ever.

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AT&T in US has started rolling out upgrade eligibility dates for existing customers for the Next iPhone which is scheduled to be announced on June 7 at WWDC 2010. Some early adopters have noticed their upgrade eligibility date to have switched from 11/21 to 6/21. As MobileCrunch reported.

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Apple has officially confirmed the schedule for WWDC 2010. It is going to be held from 7th to 11th of June – just over a month from now. A lot of exciting things are on the horizon for this conference, including great opportunities for developers and hopefully the unveiling of the next iPhone, along with iPhone OS 4.

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While there is no official confirmation on this by Apple, rumor has it that the next-generation iPhone, along with iPhone OS 4 will be arriving on June 22. The annual WWDC conference at Mascone Center is going to be the venue where the launching ceremony will take place.

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Scheduled dates for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for the year 2010 through 2015 has been revealed on a convention calendar (PDF) hosted on a Japanese site for the San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau. The list, which was last updated on May 2009 includes incorrect dates for Macworld 2011, but listings for many other future events appear to be accurate. The dates for WWDC as mentioned in the list are as under.

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The updated O2 UK iPhone plans has added “video calls” in their list of “Key Features”, hence strongly suggesting that the next-gen iPhone will support video conferencing of some sort come this June. The said option can be seen in the screenshot below, or on the O2 UK site here.

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The biggest barrier to iPhone adoption has always been the cost of the hardware, along with the service charges that comes from the carrier’s plan. According to Katy Huberty from Morgan Stanley – an industrial analyst, the hardware cost stops about 85% of people from buying the iPhone while the service plan stops about 66%. But all this is said to change come this June, when Apple is expected to unveil the next-gen iPhone.

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Just came across this next-generation iPhone 4G concept image which shows off a Super AMOLED screen, a front-facing camera for video conferencing via iChat, and an LED Flashlight on the backside for the 5 megapixel camera. We all know how AMOLED screens produces crisp and vivid contrasts compared to the traditional LED displays on iPhones. The recently announced Samsung Wave has gone a step further by introducing Super AMOLED display technology which is an improved version of AMOLED, seen on the devices like Nexus One.

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An anonymous tipster has just dropped us a tip which reads “Apple will demo iPhone OS 4.0 on March 14th”. Digging for more info on this, we found out that Cult of Mac also received a similar a tip yesterday but since 14th March happens to be a Sunday, it is highly unlikely that Apple is going to demo or unveil their new OS on a Sunday morning.

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An iPhone repair site by the name of iResQ today has received some iPhone parts, which they claim are from the upcoming next-gen iPhone which is expected to launch in summer of this year. The interesting bits which they found from this new iPhone 4G shell are as follows.

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