The ramp up to the next iPhone always appears to draw more near more quickly each year. Although noone that we know has had the pleasure of laying eyes on the next iPhone, Pandev has seen the likes of it via an iPhone identifier never before gazed upon. For example, when the iPhone 3GS was being field tested an identifier of iPhone2,1 was seen in October 2008. This time Pandev has seen the iPhone3,1 identifier pop up since November of 2009. Pinchmedia provides anaRead More
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The show will continue despite the absence of Apple’s presence. Just a couple of months ago yielded our last view as Macworld as the yearly announcement preference of the Apple brand. The 2010 expo will continue despite the rumors of it fading away into nothing. The sessions should be about the same and although we can no longer count on Macworld for new products, you can bet Apple will have some things to show sometime around that time frame.
Without question, the App Store has been an unbelievable success. In a mere 5 months since the store entered existence, they have hit the 300 million mark. It is hard to believe that there would be this kind of success on even an Apple product, let alone anything else in this short time frame. The great thing about the popularity of the App Store is the capitalistic model can only bring better and better apps for us all to enjoy. With over 10,000 apps now available and that number increasing ever day, Apple is sure to hit 1 Billion next year.Read More
It looks like today brings us the unofficial/official confirmation that Snow Leopard is due out in Q1 of 2009. This slide was taken from a group of slides from last weeks LISA conference, thanks to a slip up of Jordan Hubbard, Director of Apple’s Unix Technology Group. The time frame certainly fits and giving that Apple already released revisions to almost its entire lineup of hardware this year, it looks like Snow Leopard could be part of the big news at MacWorld Expo in January.