Yesterday would have been Steve Jobs 58th birthday, who raised the bar when it came to keynote presentations. In his astonishing key notes he educates, motivates and entertains while announcing amazing new products. However there were also a lot of funny moments in his famous “One More Thing” keynotes. Check out Steve Jobs’ funniest moments after the break. » Steve Jobs Funniest Moments [video]
Apple has just updated its iWork suite for both iOS and the Mac, with the iOS versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote experiencing more significant updates while the Mac versions have been updated mainly to support the iOS changes. » Pages, Numbers and Keynote Updated With New Features
Besides the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 Apple also introduced new iPod nano’s and iPod touches and a new version of iTunes for Mac at the September 12th keynote. The new iPod nano’s are larger and thinner. They come in several different colors and the new Lightning connector.
After Tim Cook’s usual talk about how Apple is doing, Phil Schiller took the stage to introduce the next generation iPhone. And as expected it’s called iPhone 5 and it looks just like the many leaked images we’ve seen the last couple of weeks. It’s 7.6 mm thick. That’s a thickness reduction of 18%. It’s also 20% lighter at just 112 grams. The iPhone 5 has a 4 inch retina display. This is the thinnest and lightest iPhone yet.
Much more after the break.
Apple delivered a keynote today at the World Wide Developers Conference and introduced new MacBooks, set a launch date for OS X Mountain Lion, and previewed iOS 6. You can now experience the almost two hour long presentation yourself by watching the entire keynote via Apple’s website.