While details on Apple's new OS (Leopard) have been fairly skimpy, Wired got their hands on the WWDC build (9a466) and posted a review and some screen shots.Shortly thereafter Apple laid the smackdown on them:UPDATE, Friday, 9:40AM: Apple has requested that we take down these screenshots of Leopard due to copyright issues.
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A friend at a third-party AT&T/Cingular-only authorized franchise store with 15+ locations has confirmed that they will not be permitted to carry iPhone.Apparently there's a legal issue regarding the relationship between Apple, AT&T/Cingular and the corporately-owned (versus the franchised) stores.
I made a Personal Shopping appointment at my local Apple retail store earlier in the week while purchasing a new MacBook.While I was there a store associate implied that a Personal Shopping appointment would be a good way to ensure that I got an iPhone when they go on sale on June 29th.
There was some pretty exciting news that came out of WWDC yesterday about Boot Camp, Apple's Windows/Mac dual boot architecture for Intel-based machines. According to an early version of Apple's updated Boot Camp page the company changed the technology dramatically for the upcoming release of Mac OS 10.
Unless you're particularly into games or operating system software, today's WWDC announcements were probably a bit of a snooze-fest. I don't know about you, but I'm a hardware guy.
Does it bother anyone else that Apple didn't release public beta of Mac OS 10.5/Leopard today at WWDC in San Francisco?
In case you missed the event itself and all of the online coverage, you can now watch Steve Job's keynote address from Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) as a streaming video.Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveil and demo Leopard features in his World Wide Developer Conference keynote address from San Francisco's Moscone West.
Some brief highlights of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) underway in San Francisco.Electronic Arts games coming to the Mac in July:Command & Conquor 3 Battlefield 2142 Need For Speed Carbon Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix Madden '08 (coming soon) Tiger Woods '08 (coming soon)New game coming from John Carmack's id Software (creator of Doom, Quake and Castle Wolfenstein).
If you're not lucky enough to be an Apple developer and to have sprung for a US$1,500 badge for WWDC you can keep up with the Stevenote as it unfolds online. True, there's no Webcast or video stream, but there are about a dozen blogs that are covering the keynote address in every manner of text.
Tomorrow is the kickoff of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco and it looks to be a doozie. As with the lead up to any major Apple conference it's time to make a few predictions as to what will be announced and uncovered at the Steve Jobs keynote that starts at 10 a.