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Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) begins June 2 in San Francisco; the company says -- will the event mark a return to industry leadership?
Apple is going to pimp your ride when Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo are expected to introduce new vehicles with built-in iPhone support at the Geneva Motor Show this week -- so what is it, who will offer it, and which models will deliver CarPlay?
The Apple versus Samsung story really has grown old, but it seems the Korean firm has the ethics of a love-crossed stalker and really doesn't know where to draw the line -- and I think its latest copycat move is really rather vulgar as Samsung hosts a US developer event a few hundred meters away from Apple's WWDC.
WWDC 2013: With the dust settling on the recent Xbox and PS4 launches, Apple appears to have its own plan for the console gaming market -- though it's keeping pretty quiet about it, particularly since these plans could reflect its intentions for an Apple television.
Apple wants you to think its OS upgrade system is immaculate while Android's is a fragmented mess -- but numbers alone don't tell the whole story.
The focus at WWDC may appear to be on consumer markets, but Apple has also made major improvements to its offering to enterprise users with a range of iOS 7 features that should maintain the maker's place at the crest of the BYOD wave -- and few hints of where it is going...
WWDC reactions 'mixed' (to put it mildly). As expected, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled its new iPhone-and-iPad OS at WWDC 2013. But what designer 'Sir' Jony Ive called the "completely new" iOS 7 isn't exactly universally loved. In fact, many people hate it. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers pan for mold.
Apple rumors interesting, if thin. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to announce iOS 7 later today, at the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. But the traditional pre-WWDC rumor-mongering seems muted this year. We think we know that the iPhone/iPad operating system gets a flatter look, but details are sparse. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers reveal what little they have to reveal.
Join us for live coverage of the keynote address from WWDC, Monday, June 10, 6 PM UK / 1 PM Eastern / 10 AM Pacific.
Hang onto your seats. The smartphone wars are about to intensify, and this time Apple won't attack Samsung in the courts, but in the marketplace as it raises the stakes on innovation all over again.
Eight years since Apple announced the move to Intel processors, Mac users are asking: 'Does Apple even care about pro users any more?' It has been years since the company did anything for them and its vapourware promises of something exciting this year are wearing thin. What's going on?
It's all about the now. This moment. Your next moment may or may not arrive while your previous iota of time has already disappeared. There's only the immediacy of your present bundle of sensation. Apple in its next-generation mobile operating system seems to be getting a handle on what 'now' means to its users. Maybe.
Silence the bells and stop the presses Apple has introduced a new product! At last! Unfortunately it's nothing more than a slight upgrade of the entry-level iPod touch, which is now available with an A5 chip and a $30 price hike.
Apple's boss may have promised some "game changing" products when he spoke at D11 last night -- but don't expect much hardware at WWDC, where the focus will be on the next generations of OS X and iOS, where you may even see a few ideas perhaps inspired by Android begin to appear.
Apple remains the world's most valuable brand, but Tim Cook's people will likely be infuriated at the rise of arch-nemesis, Samsung, which has gained 51 percent in brand value across the last year while Google continues to threaten Cupertino's leadership.