Apple have announced the dates for this year’s WorldWide Developers’ Conference Apple’s WWDC10 as being 7-11th of June 2010. Which probably means the next iPhone will be announced on the 7th of June.
The ponies’ saronite shoes have been reinforced with titanium, and have a buff applied which increases both ground and flight speed by 30%.
Do I get a prize for actually having read all the release notes?
Also includes more EMACs likeness, support for more AppleEvent/AppleScript notifications, now writes window metadata into extended file attributes rather than resource forks, a Search Bar (rather than the Quick Search dialog), and more changes listed on the BBEdit site. The update is free if you already have a license for BBEdit 9.0 to 9.3.
It seems that Gizmodo have managed to get their hands on an iPhone 4 prototype. Daring Fireball seems to confirm it. I expect a volcano to form in California centred about Steve’s incandescent rage.
Apple has introduced i5 and i7 MacBook Pros.
Aside from the obvious performance improvements other differences seem to be
- Smarter video switching between integrated and standalone GPU’s (no longer requiring a login) [Arstechnica]
- Audio signal is provided on the DisplayPort adaptor[Arstechnica]
What more could one hope for in an evening of MacGeekery than 15 MacGeeks (one from far afield of the Mothership) for a ramen dinner, a hands on session with an iPad, and an announcement of the much awaited new i5 and i7 MacBook Pros?
Apparently Apple is previewing iPhone OS 4.0 to the press on April 8th.