Apple has posted a new 10-minute video, entitled “Making a difference. One app at a time.” In the video you see Apple customers using Apple’s technology and third-party apps to make a difference in communities around the world. » Apple Posts “Making a Difference, One App at a Time” Video
If you’ve missed the live blogs of many website or the live stream from Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote yesterday, there is still hope. You can watch the keynote on Apple’s website and enjoy how Tim Cook, Phil Schiller, Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi announced products like new MacBook Airs, Mac OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, and even a sneak peak of the all new Mac Pro. Click on the image above to go directly to the keynote video.
The biggest thing practically everyone was waiting for during the WWDC 2013 keynote was iOS 7. Apple previewed the newest version of its mobile operation system and showed the audience the new look and many new features. Jony Ive is not only good at designing hardware, he has now proven he can perform the same trick with software as well. The standing ovation was well deserved.
Apple has announced the new MacBook Air at the WWDC 2013 keynote. The MacBook Air has received the so called Haswell processors and also made some big improvements on battery life. As a cool surprise Phil showed a sneak peak of the all new Mac Pro. » MacBook Air Gets Update, Sneak Peak of New Mac Pro
During the WWDC 2013 keynote Apple gave a preview of the next version of Mac OS X. Craig Federighi showed the biggest new features of the latest version of the desktop operating system. It’s not called OS X Sea Lion as Craig joked, but OS X Mavericks. Click on the link below to read more.
Only a few minutes to go before Tim Cook enters the stage and kicks off the Wordwide Developers Conference with the traditional Apple keynote. This two-hour presentation will preview new versions of both the Mac and iDevice operating systems. There have also been rumors about a possible music streaming service from Apple, nicknamed iRadio.
Traditionally the online Apple Store went offline a few hours ago. This usually indicates the arrival of new products, possibly new MacBooks. We hope Apple also manages to surprise us a bit by announcing new products or services nobody heard about. One way or another, this first Apple keynote of the year also seems to be the most anticipated one already.
Stay tuned for more information about product announcements and such, as iPhoneFreakz will be posting news about the keynote.
Apple is nearly finished decorating the Moscone Center for WWDC 2013. Macstories made some pictures of the giant Apple logos on the outside of the building, as well as large horizontal and street pole banners. On some of the banners inside the Moscone Center is the tagline ‘Where A Whole New World’s Developing’.
After the break you can see a photo of the banners on the newly renovated Metreon shopping center across the street from Moscone West. The building houses a popular movie theater complex, a newly-added Target store, and a number of restaurants. And a photo of a first-floor banner concealed with a white sheet. » Apple Close To Finishing WWDC 2013 Decorations