Apple has amazed us all once again!
Apple really has done it again, winning hearts of all! At WWDC 2011 Keynote, apple announced more than what was expected [rumored]. iCloud was introduced as more than a Music Service, iOS 5 for iPhone, iPod and iPad revolutionized the Mobile Operating System with more than 200 features added to it and lastly Mac OS X Lion: the operating system of future at an amazing price with, out of this world features.
As promised, here I am again bringing all the news from WWDC 2011! This post will contain an overview of what was announced and a wrap-up of WWDC 2011..
To begin with Apple introduced the Mac OS X Lion followed by the most awaited and rumored iOS 5 and iCloud.
Mac OS X Lion: “World’s most advanced operating system advances further”
Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview at WWDC 2011(Video)
Features that separates Lion from other operating system are:
- Multi-Touch Gestures
- Full Screen Apps
- Mission Control
- Mac App Store
- Mail and over 250+ features
iOS 5: “Mobile Operating System that was already years ahead of anything else and moving it even further ahead”
Features that are included in latest version of iOS are –
- Notification Center
- Deep Twitter Integration
- New camera and photo features
- Safari Reader and speed improvements
- PC Free (OTA updates and WiFi sync) and over 200 new features.
What will iCloud offer you?
- iTunes Match Service
- iTunes in the cloud
- Photo Stream
- Daily backup
- Documents sharing
- Calendar Sharing
- Content Storage
- And above all it’s free!!
WWDC 2011 has been a phenomenal experience for all from users to developers. Apple has integrated a lot of Jailbreaks natively into iOS 5 has created a totally new environment for Mac and provided an AIO (all in one) cloud service to its users, that too free of charge! Although rumors like “Widget system” coming to iOS has had no grounds at WWDC but hopefully these will be included soon in future updates.
Will be covering All three products in detail due the course of time, so stay tuned at Techbu.com! Until then share your comments and views with us on WWDC 2011 Announcements and Wrap-Up..