There soon will be new iPhones for Home Depot staff. One by one, government agencies and corporations are dropping BlackBerry for the iPhone. The home improvement retail chain is the latest to hold the distinction of being one of these entities.
Well, the WWDC 2010 keynote has come and gone with a number of rumors still unaddressed. While Steve Jobs unveiled a stunning new iPhone with a plethora of great capabilities, we did not witness the rumored pending announcement of a new Apple TV running iOS 4. Nonetheless, there are a number of reasons to believe a next generation home entertainment device is coming with the intention to dominate the living room. Not only will the next iTV, or whatever it might be named, give the current pathetic lineup of cable company DVRs a taste of Apple innovation, but will also expand Apple's disruption of the gaming industry from mobile devices to the console.
A minor announcement in today's keynote was a change in the name of the iPhoneOS. This makes a lot of sense considering the OS runs on three devices, not just the iPhone. The new OS name is now iOS, with iOS4 being released on June 21 to current iPhone and iPod Touch users. One interesting highlight, the update is now available for free to iPod Touch users for the first time. More information about iOS4 is available on Apple's website.