Two iPhone 4s will be lifted off into space on the shuttle Atlantis for the mission tentatively scheduled for launch on July 8. Sadly for the astronauts they won’t be using the iPhones to kill time by playing Angry Birds or FaceTiming with loved ones, but instead will be using
The video of the WWDC 2010 keynote is now available at Apple's website. It can be viewed in low, medium, or high quality and weighs in at just under two hours long. Good for Apple, too, that they didn't edit out the embarrassing bits like the newspaper demo failing to appear due to network problems, or when someone shouted out, "Try Verizon!"
Gizmodo asked its readership yesterday for a favor: any realtime information its readers could offer from the WWDC keynote address on Monday. Why? Apparently, Apple has declined to respond to Gizmodo's request for passes to said keynote.
Right from the beginning of the keynote address, Phil Schiller made it clear that he was going to be focusing primarily on the Mac. Fortunately, the iPhone and the Mac are closely integrated, and in the new iWork 09, they are even more so, so there were plenty of fun little iPhone-related goodies unveiled. Among them were a new remote control app for Keynote.
In case you've been away from your RSS reader for the past week, this is a reminder to let everyone know that we're geared up to bring you live coverage from the last Apple keynote at Macworld. Hit up iPhoneAlley.com/macworld for all of our live coverage goodness, and don't forget to play keynote bingo!