One of the much anticipated announcements to come out of WWDC 2011's opening keynote was Apple's new iCloud service. Offering new cloud-based syncing and storage for iOS devices and iTunes, iCloud takes what MobileMe started and promises to turn it into something both useful and that actually works. But with iOS 5 not available to the public just yet, what can existing iOS 4.3 users do that will put the new iCloud service through its paces?
Unless you've been covering your eyes and wearing earplugs for the last few hours, you're probably aware of iOS 5, Apple's new mobile operating system. If you think of downloading it, however, be sure to get iTunes 10.5 beta first.
After months of speculation and denial by many, iCloud was unveiled today at WWDC. The new service is Apple's answer to cloud computing and an extension, and replacement, of its online offerings. After the failure of MobileMe, which was introduced back in 2009, Apple is attempting succeed with its new replacement: iCloud".
iOS 5, Apple's new mobile operating system, was shown off at WWDC. As expected, the new version includes a brand-new notifications system, and system-wide social integration. Here's everything you need to know.
Simon Pierro, a self-made German magician has published a demo of a preview version of iOS 5. We admit it, it's not the real iOS 5, but it's loaded with "magical" features that makes many of us wish it was real.
According to Apple itself, iOS 5 will allow automatic over-the-air App updates. This was confirmed by the iTunes App Update page, which alluded to the new feature.
iOS 5 is going to be Apple's next-generation mobile operating system, running on iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. This new artist-made concept, created by Monkey Color and entitled "4 things we'd LOVE to see in the next iOS", depicts features that are rumored to be coming in iOS 5, such as widgets and an enhanced notification system.
If you're a regular reader of this site, you're probably aware that Apple's WWDC will take place next week, starting on Monday, June 6th. Apple is now dressing up the Moscone Center, a convention center where the conference will take place.
In a press, release, Apple confirmed that an iCloud service will be unveiled at WWDC on Monday, June 6th, as well as iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion, the company's next-generation computer operating system. Yes folks, no new iPhone hardware is going to be released this time around.