During the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple has announced that iTunes is dead. In 2019, the branding of the application was a little misplaced, given the applications original scope of music has grown to include music, video, podcasts and applications as well as device syncing. Apple has decided to split iTunes...
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    As if there wasn’t enough going on already, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage at the Moscone West Centre in San Francisco tomorrow for WWDC. On this year’s agenda is a preview of Mac OS X Lion, iOS5, explain just what the hell iCloud is and maybe...
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    Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference has just begun (3am AEST). I’ll be posting the main announcements as they happen, right here so stay tuned. As more details emerge this post will be updated. It’s expected that Steve Jobs will announce the 4th generation iPhone which is said to be called...
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    Despite the keynote indicating the Snow Leopard upgrade would cost US$29, on the Australia Apple site right now, the upgrade is listed as just $14.95. Click for larger version.  More @ Apple Australia...
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