Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference sold out in two minutes this year. But the company says videos of confab sessions will be available and that “Tech Talks” will be coming to various cities. [Read more]
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Apple’s sell-out WWDC developer conference – tickets for which were snapped up in just two minutes – has prompted a “Tech Talks” roadshow, with the Cupertino firm taking its dev outreach mobile. The new events, set to be held in multiple – currently unspecified – cities, will presumably see a “mini-WWDC” staged for those developers
Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference, the WWDC 2013, will take place on June 10-14 the company has announced today, with tickets set to go on sale tomorrow, Thursday 25th April. The five day event, hotly-anticipated by developers and Apple fans alike, will consist of over than 100 technical sessions, but for many it’s the opening keynote
Apple developers should pencil in June 10-14 as the dates for the Worldwide Developers Conference, according to the current schedule at the San Francisco venue where Apple has held the confab for the last 10 years.
Right now Apple is on top of the tech world, and at WWDC the company hopes to show why things should stay that way with a flurry of new announcements.
An Apple TV SDK allowing third-party developers to create official software for the set-top box is tipped to be on the agenda for WWDC 2012 next week, putting apps on your big-screen TV. The new developer toolkit, reported by BGR‘s source, would presumably open the door to the App Store on the Apple TV, something long requested
Apple’s annual developer event, WWDC 2012, is almost upon us, with the company’s big keynote set to begin at 10AM PST tomorrow, Monday June 11. SlashGear will be liveblogging the whole presentation, where we’re expecting to see iOS 6 previewed, a new range of desktop and mobile Macs including the much-anticipated 2012 MacBook Pro refresh, and
It’s WWDC time. Like, tomorrow. And we expect to see plenty of fun announcements, not least of which being a brand new mobile operating system, iOS 6.
It’s the type of Apple product every iPhone owner can enjoy, and I’m more than pumped to bring you a full list of expected, rumored, and wishlist features that we’ll soon enjoy.
So how does a silver user interface sound as opposed to blue? What about a departure from Google Maps and a brand new 3D map view brought to you direct from Apple? How about Facebook integration as deep as (if not deeper than) Apple’s beloved Twitter?
All that and more after the break.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference opens up tomorrow, with Tim Cook taking the stage at 10AM PT to deliver what’ll have to be… well, some fairly important company news. He asked us back in March to look forward to more in 2012, and if the deluge of rumors is indication of what’s to come, this could very well be the most monumental WWDC in recent memory. Or, you know, maybe we’ll just hear that iOS 6 is indeed coming after iOS 5. Our own Tim Stevens and Darren Murph will be on hand at Moscone West in San Francisco to bring you second-by-second coverage, and if you’re looking for a bookmark, you can return here tomorrow to catch the liveblog. We’ll also be broadcasting live outside of the venue (sorry, Apple won’t allow video streaming from within!) before and after the fireworks, so be sure to keep it locked for a full day’s worth of mayhem.
P.S. – Toss your best guesses on what’s coming in comments below!
Rumors ahead of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2012 (WWDC 2012) are flying thick and fast, with speculation, leaks and rumors all mounting as to what Tim Cook & Co. will reveal in the opening keynote. Apple puts on a good show, that’s for certain, but it’s sometimes more interesting to look at what doesn’t make
WWDC kicks off next week and in traditional fashion, a keynote headlines the event Monday morning. Much is expected from this year’s show including iOS 6 and new Macintosh desktops and laptops. So far the rumor circuit has been a buzz with talk of a complete hardware refresh including Apple bringing back the MacBook brand, adding a retina display to at least one model and finally employing Intel’s latest silicon that will also bring USB 3.0 to Macs for the first time.
What follows is the first post in a series rounding up nearly every rumor concerning Apple’s WWDC notebook announcements (iOS 6 and Mountain Lion to come) no matter how far-fetched or wild — some will likely come true and others probably won’t.
T-Mobile may be planning to deploy 1,900MHz HSPA+ across the whole of its network, but it sure has a knack for being in the right place at the right time. The carrier has confirmed that it just recently started testing the refarmed frequency for 3G in San Francisco’s Moscone Center West — you know, where a certain Apple conference will be taking place next week. While no one is realistically expecting Apple to unveil a T-Mobile iPhone deal at WWDC, the testing will conveniently let anyone with an iPhone on T-Mobile (whether international or US unlocked) get data at full blast while they’re learning about Xcode updates and Gatekeeper. A spokesperson tells 9to5 Mac that the expanded access is “just coincidental,” and we’re inclined to believe the statement. Just don’t be caught off guard if San Francisco is blanketed in 1,900MHz T-Mobile 3G by the time a new iPhone model swings around.
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It’s time to shift around that summer vacation. Apple today announced that it will be kicking off this year’s World Wide Developers Conference on June 11th at San Francisco’s Moscone West. The event is set to run through the 15th, focusing on developing for OS X Mountain Lion and iOS, by way of 100-plus technical sessions and hands-on labs, letting the developer community work directly with Cupertino staff — and you can bet we’ll be there as well. More info on the event — including ticket purchasing details — can be found in the press release after the break.