Originally Posted by RationalTroll
Limiting the stats to just US sales appears to show iPhone growth on par with Android for the period covered. Limiting the stats to Cuperinto's zip code shows looks even better for...
Originally Posted by Zc456
Started to get a little tired of iPhone OS. I'll stick with OS X, no doubt. However, I'm thinking switching away from the iDevices to something like Dell's Android-base (gasp!) mini tablet. My needs for...
Originally Posted by iPadWeekly
All of the things mentioned on the rumor sites seem disappointing so far. We know about iPhone OS 4 and the new phones. Safari 5 is nothing to write home about. Hopefully Steve has something up his...
Originally Posted by Joe hs
+1, or it'll be a big waste of $1,599 for the atendees.
Perhaps he'll use gizmodos photos of the iPhone prototype when he gets to the part were he shows what it looks like?
PS. one day to go...
Originally Posted by rangerdavid
Apple: If you're trying to prove that HTML5 is ready to replace Flash, you don't advertise your HTML5 demo and immediately tell me my browser, nor any other besides your Safari, will not work with...
Originally Posted by Avidfcp
I just can't stand the first 45 minutes of Apple sell back patting and how many iPhones they've shipped, how many apps they've sold how many ipads now. Geesh. Just get to the meat of the WWDC. The...
Originally Posted by solipsism
Here is a nice Q&A about the plans that resolves many of the concerns I've read today...• http://www.tuaw.com/2010/06/02/candi...ne-data-plans/
That linked Q&A says this:
Originally Posted by AsianBob
As much of a brush-off response as that was from Mr. Schmidt, you can't deny that what he says is true.
Yes, there are things that one doesn't want anyone to know because they really aren't good...