After being very excited after Apple’s keynote, I finally had the chance to install iOS5 on my iPad and iPhone. Here is a short video for a first impression. Later on, I will make provide a lot more details. I first have to use iOS5 some more to give a good impression and opinion about the new mobile operating system and it takes some time before everything is synced up the first time over WiFi. Stay tuned!
The moment a lot of people have been waiting for is almost here. In just a matter of hours, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs is going on stage to present us iOS 5, OS X Lion, iCloud and possibly even more cool stuff during his keynote at the WWDC. As always with new Apple products, their have been a lot of rumors, but no one is sure until Apple’s revealed it at their keynote. In this post you will find a list of the biggest news sources who will cover the WWDC keynote live.
Steve Jobs will go on stage at:
- 10 AM Pacific
- 12 AM Central
- 1 PM Eastern
- 5 PM GMT
A list of some of the biggest news sources to follow the keynote live:
If you have any tips from other big news sources who will cover the WWDC keynote, leave it in the comments!
This years WWDC will take place from 6 till 10 June. Traditionally, Apple will announce some of their new products and services in a keynote during this event. In the invites they send, Apple made clear that this years keynote will be mainly focused on software: “Join us for a preview of the future of iOS and Mac OS X”. If we can believe the rumors, the coming version of iOS will be changed dramatically. What do I think we can expect from the new iOS?