Following today's WWDC keynote, where many things were announced, Apple has rolled out the first developer beta of iOS 6 available through Apple's Developer Center. The beta arrives as the 10A5316k build - the first of many that are sure to follow soon.
Today Apple announced the winners of its annual Apple Design Awards at the Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC). Winning developers, as part of their award and nomination, will receive complimentary Apple products including a MacBook Air, an iPod Touch, an iPad, the Apple Design Award cube trophy and also a special lanyard all to congratulate the developers.
Along with the major additions teased today at Apple's WWDC keynote, there were also a number of smaller tweaks that, while notable, don't require much depth while explaining. We've included descriptions of such features below.
Before WWDC, it was largely questioned whether or not Apple would simply ditch Google and its maps solution and replace them with an application developed by the Cupertino-based company themselves. Now, it's not a question anymore but a fact: Apple has ditched Google Maps for their own Maps application.
Tickets have been expanding from hard copies to support more digital-based platforms. We've seen Amtrak conductors switch to verifying tickets with their iPhones, and a variety of other companies have similarly adapted to the increasingly available digital means of ticket management.
In all of the commotion surrounding the Worldwide Developer’s Conference keynote earlier today, news of all of iOS 6′s new features may have been drowned out. Hence, we’re going to roundup everything that was covered by Apple today regarding the new operating system that will soon embrace your iOS devices.
It seems like just a few days ago that some lucky person somewhere around the world was awarded with a $10,000 iTunes gift card for being the person to download the 25 billionth app from the App Store. But in reality, it was back in March - three months ago. In that time span, the App Store has crossed yet another major milestone. Although it's not worthy of awarding someone with a gift card yet again, it certainly is very notable.
Zac Altman, a user of Instagram, posted a photo on Friday depicting a new WWDC 2012 banner hung outside the Moscone Center in San Francisco - this banner confirms the existence of the previously rumored iOS 6 and also that Apple will in fact unveil "the future of iOS" this Monday at its annual WWDC keynote.
Today at Google's E3 conference, dubbed "The Next Dimension of Google Maps", the company has announced that Google Maps will soon be coming to iOS, as widely expected.
Just a few days ago, we noted the possibility that Facebook could in fact be finally deeply integrated into the roots of iOS, kudos to TechCrunch. 9to5Mac has revealed more details regarding the integration and how exactly it will work.