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WWDC 2010 Flashback: iPhone 4, iOS 4, Safari 5

As we head towards WWDC 2014 we thought it would be fun to look back at Apple World Wide Developer Conferences past, what they introduced, and what impact they made. Today let's take a look at WWDC 2010, the first post-iPad WWDC, and the last WWDC to feature the introduction of an iPhone...

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Looking back: The 2010 WWDC keynote: iPhone 4, iOS 4, iBooks and more!

Continuing the look back at previous WWDC keynotes as we eagerly await the 2013 conference getting underway, today it's on to 2010. Earlier in the year Apple had launched the iPad, and already shown off version 4.0 of the iPhone OS, but at WWDC iOS was officially termed for the first time. We also got another new iPhone and the launch of iBooks for the iPhone.

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iPhone Live 155: Enter iOS 5 and iCloud

Rene, Seth, The Keith Newman, Ally, and Leanna talk WWDC 2011 Keynote: iOS 5, iCloud, what it means for Apple, for users, for Jailbreak, and for apps. Yes, we snuck in an early, secret show on you... This is iPhone Live!

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  • Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie)
  • Seth Clifford (@sethclifford)
  • The Keith Newman (@thekeithnewman)
  • Ally Kazmucha (@iMuggle)
  • Leanna Lofte (@llofte)
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    Glasshouse Apps talks the Early Edition RSS for iPad - TiPb at WWDC 2010

    At WWDC 2010 I had the chance to sit down with designer Graham Clarke and developer Nick Takayama Glasshouse Apps, makers of the Early Edition RSS reader for iPad, to talk about their latest app, and their impressions of iPhone 4.

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    NAVIGON shows off iOS 4 multitasking for iPhone turn-by-turn navigation

    A double dose of NAVIGON today as they've put out a video showing off MobileNavigator on iOS 4 making use of background location. Fast app switching, saved state, and the Location API for taking a call while still receiving navigation directions are all on display.

    We've got an exclusive video interview with MobileNavigator for iPhone product manager Bern Hahn taken during WWDC 2010 for your viewing pleasure. He tells TiPb what he thinks of Apple's iOS 4 multitasking, the iPad, and of course, iPhone 4.

    Video action after the break.

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    Apple posts WWDC session videos for developers

    Apple has, with lightning quickness, posted videos from the WWDC sessions online for developers. And here's the terrific part -- they've made them available to ALL registered developers, not just those who bought expensive tickets to the event.

    Terrific idea. If you're a developer who couldn't attend, you'd be crazy not to jump on this.

    [developer.apple.com]

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    WWDC attendent gets mugged. Apple gives him new iPad. Steve wishes him safe travels home.

    Apple invited a developer from TenCent, China's most popular instant messaging client, to WWDC 2010. During his stay in San Francisco, the developer got mugged for his iPad. He escaped with a few injuries and his completely smashed iPad. Afterwards, he went to an Apple Store and told his story. The Apple Genius was totally awesome and hooked up the developer with a brand new iPad. News of the incident eventually reached Steve Jobs and he sent the developer a very quick Steve-like email:

    Safe travels home.
    Steve

    This story leaves me speechless. It's wonderful that Apple replaced that developer's iPad. It's also great the Steve sent him an email, but should he have at least said more than 3 words?

    More images after the break.

    [9To5Mac]

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    iPhone 4 preview

    Everything you need to know about Apple's new iPhone 4

    iPhone 4 is the most significant hardware revision to Apple's widescreen iPod, breakthrough internet communicator, and phone since the original iPhone 2G was released in 2007. But how significant is it? Apple CEO Steve Jobs said there were over 100 new features and singled out 8 for special attention. We'll take the most interesting of both and see just how important they are, after the break.

    (For more on the software, see our massive iOS 4 feature walkthrough).

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    Good night WWDC 2010, see you next year

    In with the roar of iPhone 4, out with the whisper of tuckered developers jetting home, WWDC 2010 draws to a close. What with the aforementioned new hardware, the Gold Master seed of the newly renamed iOS 4, Safari 5, Xcode 4, and more secret sessions than any non-Vulcan brain could comfortably take in, there's no doubt we'll be seeing even more amazing iPhone and iPad apps and soon.

    We have a bunch more video interviews still to edit and post, including such luminaries as 1Password, Bjango, Navigon, and Glasshouse.

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    iPad live podcast #7: WWDC wrap-up

    NOTE: iPad Live! now has its own RSS and iTunes feeds! Subscribe now via the links above.

    iiPhone international launch... with delayed deliveries, will the iPad replace your desktop, Apple TV to get iPhone OS and $99 price tag, B&N eReader, Wired, OmniGraffle and the rest of the week's news and apps. Listen in!

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    iPad Live! needs your help, check out our theme music contest for your chance to win over $200 in prizes!

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