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WWDC 2010

Apple announces iPhone 4

June 7th, 2010

“Now stop me if you’ve seen this.” And so Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 4. Featuring stainless steel banding around the sides and a glass front, the iPhone 4’s “closest kin is a beautiful old camera.” It’s 24% thinner than the iPhone 3GS at 9.3mm thick, which Apple claims makes it the smallest smartphone on …

Apple's Magic Trackpad leaks out hours ahead of WWDC keynote

June 7th, 2010

Rumors of a multi-touch trackpad for desktops Macs have been along for ages, but the last time we really heard of them was last October. Since then it’s essentially been relegated to the annals of Apple rumor history, but oh look! Just hours before Steve Jobs & Co. are to take to the stage at …

Safari 5 to debut at WWDC?

June 6th, 2010

According to French blog MacGeneration, Apple will unveil Safari 5 during Monday’s WWDC 2010 keynote. Not much is known about Safari 5, but according to a changelog that MacGeneration was able to get a hold of, the major new features brought forward will be Safari Reader, a 25% bump in JavaScript performance, option to make Bing …

Apple to announce iTunes.com, new Macs at WWDC?

May 28th, 2010

It’s no secret that the star of this year’s WWDC keynote will be the next-gen iPhone, but what else could it potentially bring to the table? According to a note issued to investors by Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu, the answer is iTunes.com, a cloud-based music service, and a refresh of the Mac Pro and …

Steve Ballmer rumored to speak during WWDC keynote

May 27th, 2010

Here’s a crazy rumor to start off the day. According to Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is planning to make a cameo during Apple’s WWDC keynote. No, he’s not going to be there to crash the stage, but rather speak for seven minutes about Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. According to …

Steve Jobs to give WWDC keynote

May 24th, 2010

Not groundbreaking stuff, but newsworthy nonetheless. Apple has just announced that the company’s CEO, Steve Jobs, will be giving the opening keynote at this years World Wide Developers Conference June 7th at 10AM PDT. The conference, set to run from June 7th to the 11th, is rumored to be where the controversial, and well traveled, …