iPhone owners love their camera, and the iPhone 5s is getting a pretty decent bump in that regards. The camera on Apple's latest iPhone will have an all-new five-element Apple designed lens, with an aperture of f/2.2. On the pixel front, Apple isn't going to be packing in more pixels:
On stage at the iPhone event in Cupertino, Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has just announced that just next month Apple will ship the 700 millionth iOS device. Back in January on an earnings call, Cook announced 500 million devices shipped, so those with a keen math head will deduce 200 million this year since then.
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If you're an Apple developer but weren't able to attend WWDC 2013 in San Francisco, that doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the sessions taking place. Apple has begun posting the over 100 session videos to their developer portal for your viewing pleasure. In addition to the sessions being posted online, if you've downloaded the WWDC 2013 app, you'll find the videos posted there as...
The WWDC 2013 keynote may have been streamed live, and then posted to the web, but what if you don't have time to watch it in one sitting? As is usually the case, Apple has now uploaded the entire thing to their Apple Keynotes channel available in iTunes, so you can download it to your iPhone or iPad and watch it on the go.
Apple's annual Design Award winners for iOS and Mac have been announced at WWDC 2013, and among those recognised this year are some favorites of our own. Loren Brichter's atebits has won the award for the fantastic Letterpress, and the simply gorgeous Yahoo! Weather is also on the list. The full rundown of winners reads as:
If you couldn't catch the live video feed of the WWDC keynote today, you won't have seen the promo video for the new look iOS 7 starring Jony Ive and Craig Federighi. Thankfully -- and in advance of the whole keynote video hitting the web -- over on Apple.com you can now watch through the 7 minutes and 30 seconds of iOS 7 goodness.
iOS 7 is taking security pretty seriously, with some updates to Find my iPhone that requires your Apple ID and password in order to perform a remote erase. This also applies to turning off Find my iPhone, making it much tougher to access should you ever lose it or have it stolen.
Apple has just announced their heavily rumored radio streaming service, iTunes Radio live from WWDC 2013. iTunes Radio will tie directly into the Music app. The service will be free, but ad-based, unless you have an iTunes Match subscription, where you'll be excused from listening to ads.