On Wednesday, September 12, Apple will hold its annual iPhone-centric event at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus. This year’s theme is „Gather Round,“ the line that was on the invitations sent out to members of the media in late August.
This year’s event is shaping up to be quite exciting, with three new iPhones and refreshed Apple Watch Series 4 models on the horizon. Bigger displays seem to be the major draw this year, with Apple introducing both a 6.5-inch iPhone and larger-screened Apple Watch models that have smaller bezels.
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Following the launch of the App Store in 2008, Apple CEO Steve Jobs sat down for an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
In celebration of the recent 10th anniversary of the App Store, The Wall Street Journal today published both the audio and transcript of that interview, where Jobs shares his view on the future of the App Store and the future of Apple.
The interview took place in August of 2008, a month after the launch of the App Store. Even back then, just after its debut, the App Store’s success surprised Jobs, who said Apple hadn’t expected the App Store to „be this big.“ „The mobile industry’s never seen anything like [...]
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference starts off on Monday morning with a keynote event that’s set to take place at 10:00 a.m. This year’s event will be something of a surprise, because we haven’t heard many details on what’s coming.
Apple uses WWDC to preview new versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and this year will be no exception. Oftentimes, new hardware, such as refreshed Macs, debuts at the event, but this year, rumors suggest we’re only going to be seeing software from Apple.
In the post and video below, we’ve outlined everything that we expect Apple to introduce at WWDC based on the rumors that have [...]
Apple is holding its first event of 2018 on Tuesday, March 27 at the Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. According to invites sent out to members of the media last week, the event will focus on „creative new ideas for teachers and students.“
This is Apple’s first education-centric event since 2012, hence the unusual location. With most events, we tend to have concrete rumors on what to expect, but things are a little more up in the air with the educational event.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Still, rumors have hinted at several products that could see a refresh at the event, and while some of them may [...]