Although Apple sold $8,000,000 worth of tickets to this year’s WWDC, chances are you are not the owner of one. Over the years, tickets have sold in increasingly quicker times. This year was no exception with an estimated selling time of 80 SECONDS.
For those of us who want to be apart of it, you can now visit a web address on your devices Safari, and it will add your very own WWDC ticket. Take a look at the images below to see for yourself.
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With the conclusion of the renowned WWDC event yesterday, tons of new features were released in Apple’s new firmware.
Maps, Siri, and Facebook integration were just a few of the many things that Apple talked about throughout the two hour event.
Today we are going to go over the most significant features announced for iOS 6. Continue reading
Daniel at MRiOSDevices is partial to lining up for certain iDevices, 7 days for the iPhone 4s in London with the founder of JailbreakCon AKA Flawlessfox on Twitter. Today we see the first of the developers lining up for the WWDC event where we expect “The New iPhone” & iOS6 to be announced.
What would you like to see tomorrow, MriOSDevices will be running a live blog with up to the minute pictures, news and details of all live streams happening you may want to watch.
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We are doing a live blog of Apple’s WWDC announcements starting on Monday. BOOKMARK this page so you don’t miss out!
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With WWDC on Monday, Rumors have been going mad these past few days with speculations on what we are going to potentially see. On a less predictive note, news has just come in from sunny California confirming the fact that Apple are going to be talking about iOS 6 at there keynote on Monday, the reason why this is confirmed is due to the banners in which have been spotted at the venue for WWDC in San Francisco today.
Of course speculations have to come along with the truth! As people, as per usual, have been looking into the banners in which have been put up and saying that the color scheme is more silver and ‘mono’ to what has been present in current and past versions of iOS, suggesting that App icons, for example are going this color, rather than the current ‘blue’ like color scheme. Further suggestions present the fact that this has been already prominent in the release of the new iPad, so therefore they are planning to bring this color scheme onto all of the iOS devices.
As for compatibility, only time will take its course. However my allegations would be that it will support only second and third generation iPads – speaking from experience with iOS 5 on the first generation iPad, its getting rather sluggish and I cant see it being as pleasurable use if a more sophisticated OS is going to be installed. Furthermore, this could mean that it wont be supported on the iPhone 4 as it sports the same processor as that from the iPad first generation, however that would mean that only those whom are in possession of iPhone 4S’ will be able to experience the new operating system, and this isn’t how Apple have played the game in new iterations of late.
So, another picture of the product list has shown up on the internet today, according to the witness who took the photo, “K5BPLUS” co-insides with the Mac Pro range. The Mac Pro is long overdue a refresh and it looks like next week we will see this and the other mac hardware getting an update at WWDC.
The other model numbers remain unknown, however they are ranked in some order, MriOSDevices thinks that the third one down ‘D2.BEST’ has got to be a top of the range MacBook Pro, as it’s the only device that could possibly come near a price point at $3,000