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WWDC 2011 Keynote available on Apple's Website (Updated)

WWDC 2011 Keynote available on Apple's Website (Updated)

Apple has posted a video of today's keynote at WWDC 2011 on Apple.com. This is where Apple announced iOS 5 and iCloud. So grab some popcorn, get your geek on, and tell us what you think! Updated! The keynote is now also available for download via iTunes as well. Apple - direct iTunes Download...
iTunes Match: all your music synced to all your devices via iCloud

iTunes Match: all your music synced to all your devices via iCloud

iTunes Match, another iCloud app, will basically function as a locker for your iTunes library. If you have music that isn't purchased from iTunes, it will match the media in your library with content available in iTunes and allow you to stream it to your devices wirelessly. (What happens if...
iCloud replacing MobileMe, and it's Free

iCloud replacing MobileMe, and it's Free

MobileMe will no longer cost you $99. Actually, as of today, MobileMe will cease to exist at all. MobileMe It's being replaced by iCloud, which will consist of a collection of apps. iCloud will let you wirelessly sync all data to the cloud, as well as perform automatic daily backups from your...

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Moscone banner shows off iCloud icon in advance of WWDC 2011

Look through the glass and what do we see, the iCloud logo on a banner at WWDC! Yes, it does seem like someone traced the MobileMe icon to make the iCloud icon but that's also a nice little bit of continuity.

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New Apple Time Capsules to cache iOS software updates?

9to5Mac is hearing that new Time Capsules -- the Airport Extreme and hard drive in one -- are on the way that might just be smart enough to download and cache iOS (and Mac) software updates for you, so they're waiting when you're ready.

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Steve Jobs to present WWDC 2011 keynote to announce iCloud streaming and iOS 5

Apple has just confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will present its Word Wide Developers Conference (WWDC 2011) keynote on June 6 at 10am PDT, and both iOS 5 and iCloud are on the agenda.

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TiPb at WWDC 2011 next week

I'll be in San Francisco next week to catch up with iOS developers and fellow bloggers at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC 2011). I'll be there from Sunday night, June 5, through Wednesday midday, June 8.

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Steve Jobs to Keynote WWDC 2011... or not? [updated]

According to GigaOm, Apple has confirmed Steve Jobs will be giving the Keynote presentation at WWDC 2011, despite being on limited duty during his third medical leave. For the last 3 years, Apple has introduced new iPhone hardware (from the iPhone 3G to last year's iPhone 4 at WWDC, however, unofficial word is that there'll be no new iPhone until the fall this year. Since, also unlike previous years, there was no iOS preview event this spring, an iOS 5 announcement and probable beta release will likely be our high point. (There will no doubt also be Mac OS X Lion news as well.)

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WWDC 2011 ticket for sale on EBAY

Yesterday, WWDC 2011 sold out in a record 10 hours and now one of those tickets has popped up on EBAY with a Buy It Now price of $3,500. That's $1901 more than the original $1,599 price set by Apple. The seller claims that this ticket was purchased for a colleague who ended up not being able to make the event.

We expect Apple will put an end to this auction in a heartbeat. The last thing Apple wants is for people to snatch up tickets and turn them over for a profit.

What do you think? Are you angry at this dev for trying to make a buck off this "extra" ticket?

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WWDC 2011 Sold Out!

In less than a day, WWDC 2011 has completely sold out.

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference was announced earlier today, and is to take place from June 6th till June 10th at Moscone West.

Tickets went on sale for developers to go and see the future of iOS and OSX. In around 12 hours, all the tickets had completely sold out, which, compared with WWDC 2010 which took 8 days to sell out, is the fastest sell out time ever.

What are we going to see at this years WWDC? Any Developers lucky enough to get a ticket?

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Apple confirm WWDC 2011 will be June 6-10, future of iOS to be revealed, iPhone 5 to debut?

Apple has just confirmed, via a press release that the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event will take place June 6 through to June 10 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.

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