Apple Announces Dates for WWDC 2013

It’s been a long time coming but finally Apple have announced the dates for WWDC 2013. It will take place between June 10 – June 14th with tickets going on sale April 25th at 10a.m. PDT. Apple’s Phil Schiller says that its “developers have had the most prolific and profitable year ever, and we’re excited to show them the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools to help them create innovative new apps,” adding, “we can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into their hands at WWDC.” Sounds like it could be an exciting year – I can’t wait to see what else apple have up their sleeve…


An ode to iPhone – Why do we need change?


Having had an iPhone for a grand total of 5 years, it is safe to say that no matter how hard I try to convince people it is the superior device, not many would side with me. Constant arguments from my camp include iOS being better than windows, the iSight camera trouncing even the highest spec DSLR, and that the Retina Display is sharper than any Super AMOLED HD 1080p with IPS and quadrupled pixels. You would think with the advancements from every smartphone maker in the business including Blackberry that Apple would be hitting us with the killer features that presented themselves way back in 2007. We all thought that cover flow on a 3.5 inch screen was the most incredible creation, along with the ability to scroll the ‘natural’ way on a touch screen device. No more of swiping down to move down the page.

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