It's official. Apple has has invited the media to an event on its Cupertino campus on October 4 at 10am PT. The invitation includes four iOS app icons and a tagline that reads "Let's talk iPhone."
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Nearly 6 months since the iPad was released, and the academic community seems to have on the most part not particularly cared for it.
Microsoft employees celebrated Windows Phone 7 RTM by holding a mock funeral for the iPhone and BlackBerry through the Redmond campus.
Live blogging from Apple's iPhone OS announcement at the company's main campus in Cupertino
One UK university is embracing the iPhone market as a new breakthrough way to communicate with new freshmen on campus. Article
At 10am PT/ 1pm ET today Apple began an "advance preview" of the iPhone OS 3.0 software at a special media event at the company's Cupertino, CA campus.
Apple on Wednesday mailed out its invitation to a Cupertino campus event next Thursday about its iPhone SDK. The intriguing part of the invitation is the promise of a roadmap for developers and for customers in the enterprise space.
Earlier this year, Cisco and Apple ended a legal spat when Cisco allowed Apple to use its "iPhone" trademark (though there was some debate whether Cisco really owned it). In return, Apple agreed to "explore opportunities for interoperability in the areas of security, and consumer and enterprise communications". Now in an ironic twist of fate, Duke university's wireless network is suffering from what appears to be a complete lack of interoperability between the new Apple iPhone and Cisco access points on campus. Network administrators at other campuses are keeping a close eye on the situation in case it becomes more widespread. LSU reportedly shut off access to its open wireless network on Monday as a preventative measure.