iPhone Developers Camp is an upcoming gathering, inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Web-based applications and optimize Web sites for iPhone.The non-commercial, volunteer organized and totally free event runs from July 6-8 at the San Francisco offices of Adobe.
The Apple Core
Apple technology keeps gaining respect in the executive suite, with businesses and in the data center. Jason O'Grady and David Morgenstern deliver critical news and penetrating analysis that managers need to succeed.
Jason D. O'Grady
Jason O'Grady is a journalist and author specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile gadgets and his PowerPage blog has been publishing for over 18 years.
David Morgenstern has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years.
Apple today announced that YouTube is now live on Apple TV:Users can download the free software update using Apple TV’s built-in software update feature, and then easily navigate through YouTube’s familiar video browsing categories or search for specific videos. YouTube members can also log-in to their YouTube accounts on Apple TV to view and save their favorite videos.
Last Friday I mentioned that Wired had complied with a request by Apple legal to remove several screen shots of the WWDC build (9a466) of Leopard that were posted on their Web site.This time Think Secret has posted a complete gallery of 33 screenies from the Mac OS 10.
Engadget has posted two pictures of the forthcoming iPhone dock (pictured). Anyone else think that Apple should have made it black to match the iPhone?
University of Washington's Emerging Technology group published notes from Apple's Developing Web Sites for iPhone session from WWDC last week and promptly got spanked by Apple. The notes are now removed.
Dear Apple,When you announced the new MacBook Pro on 10 January 2006 you touted the new MagSafe adapter as an important new feature. While I like the concept I really need a power adapter for my vehicle.
A piece in today's edition of the Wall Street Journal ("Companies Hang Up on Apple's iPhone" paid sub. req'd) points out one of iPhone's biggest (potential) deficiencies - its lack of compatibility with corporate email systems by RIM, Microsoft and Motorola.
During the switchover to the new Santa Rosa-based MacBook Pros a programming error on the Apple online store led to refurbished MacBooks being listed for the low, low prices of US$109.Not believing their good fortune a few (lucky) eagle-eyed shoppers were able to click through before Apple realized the error and added the missing digit (presumably a "9").
It's a classic example of Apple's under-promise and over-deliver philosophy. In a last minute surprise Apple has posted new information about the iPhone battery and touchscreen that is sure to please potential buyers.
While we're on the topic of lists, another list that caught my eye recently was Nigel Powell's 10 serious problems with touchscreens that you should know before 29th June (via TUAW). While Nigel doesn't claim to have ever held an iPhone, he brings up some good points about the downside of using a touchscreen interface (ala iPhone.