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Apple Monday evening made available through its website a QuickTime video stream of its WWDC 2009 keynote address from earlier in the day that ushered in more affordable Mac notebooks and the iPhone 3G S.

The Cupertino-based company used the near 2-hour presentation to announce more affordable 17-inch MacBook Pros and 15-inch MacBook Pros, the latter of which now share the same built-in battery technology as their larger cousins while also debuting new SD Card slots, faster processors, and higher quality displays.

The 13-inch unibody MacBooks received similar treatment and have therefore been rebranded as 13-inch MacBook Pros. Among their improvements are faster processors, higher quality displays, the addition of FireWire 800, SD Card slots, built-in battery technology, as well as back-lit keyboards and reduced pricing across the line. MacBook Airs were also updated with faster chips and more affordable pricing.

Apple also announced plans to launch Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard as a $29 upgrade for existing Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard users in September. The software will arrive alongside Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Server, which will sell for $499 with unlimited client licensing.

The highlight of the event, however, was the new iPhone 3G S, which Apple said would perform up to twice as fast as its predecessor. Some of its enhancements include a digital compass, 3-megapixel camera with auto focus and video recording, as well as voice control and new accessibility features.

Click here to view the QuickTime video feed of Apple's WWDC 2009 Keynote Address.

Additionally, Apple also announced plans to launch iPhone Software 3.0 on June 17th (save for MMS and tethering support) and said it will begin selling the existing 8GB iPhone 3G for $99 with new two-year AT&T contracts beginning today. The iPhone 3G S will be available for $199 and $299 in 16GB and 32GB, respectively, when it goes on sale two days later on June 19th.

However, the $199 and $299 price points are for new AT&T customers or those eligible for upgrade pricing because they're more than halfway through their two-year contracts. Customers who aren't halfway through their contracts -- i.e. those who purchased an iPhone 3G immediately following its release -- will have to pay a $200 premium to upgrade to an iPhone 3G S early.

Other announcements at WWDC include the release of Safari 4.0 and the debut of several new third-party iPhone Apps, including the first official turn-by-turn GPS driving app from TomTom. For all of AppleInsider's coverage from the conference, see the links below:

Live Coverage from WWDC 2009

Apple debuts speedier iPhone 3G S with built-in video camera
iPhone 3G users to pay $200 premium for early upgrade to iPhone 3G S
Apple unveils new iPhone 3.0 features, sets release for June 17th
iPhone OS 3.0 app highlights: TomTom GPS, Line 6, more
Apple unveils faster, more affordable MacBook Pros
Apple introduces 13-inch MacBook Pro, cheaper MacBook Airs
Apple's Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to retail for $29 in September
Apple's Snow Leopard Server to offer 64-bit power for $499
Apple releases Safari 4 as "world's fastest browser"
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nice. i saw one of snow's refinements is 'put back from trash.' something i've missed from os7! i wonder if handles put back for thingies you move from a folder to the desktop.

oh yeah and the new iphone looks pretty wicked frickin awesome too.

it's weird at some of the things that that audience does and doesn't applaud. nothing for some things I think are impressive.

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didja notice the safari tabs are back below the toolbar.
how did they miss the most obvious use for 'find my iphone'? "Here Pumpkin, a new iPhone for you!" ie track the kids/playa/ho.
the airstrip app looks cool enough to want have another a-fib!
sweet voice control. i hadn't pre-read about that.
two kids playing backgammon? really?
does phil really have a 'workout' playlist? hmmmm i don't have one either.

cute visual pun of the 'infinite loop' on the credentials logo
how soon before the 19th do i have to camp out in fron of the apple store?
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Will watch. Then comment.


Had to lower prices to mac way for tablet. Had to.

Wonder how msft will respond.
Want 3.9 now though.
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Someone should get rid of the quotation mark in the link.
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Not yet available via Apple TV podcast.
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Did they keep the two demo failures for comic relief? Ah, well.

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Try this link, more better


http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/j...vn_650_ref.mov

Yeah, this is the higher quality HD stream.
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I was just thinking, I wonder what are the chances the price dropped old iPhone 3G got a processor speed bump to iPod Touch 2G? It still wouldn't be competitive with the iPhone 3G S, but at least the iPod Touch 2G wouldn't be so orphaned, and it'd create a definitive 1.5 speed tier that developers can target. (With 2.0 speed tier being the iPhone 3G S). But I guess it's unlikely.
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I was just thinking, I wonder what are the chances the price dropped old iPhone 3G got a processor speed bump to iPod Touch 2G?

The iPhone 3G and iPod Touch are the same speed. For the iPhone 3G to get a speed bump to match the iPod Touch Id imagine that there would have to be enough v3.0 refinements to make it viable, but if that were the case the iPod Touch may get a speed bump pushing it ahead of it where it currently is. Perhaps well see some benchmarking after the update lands next Wednesday.
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post #11 of 42
I am more excited about Snow Leopard. Exchange support and performance enhancements are the major selling point to me. Oh, and the price
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I wonder when the iPod touch will be updated with all the iPhone 3G S's new features.
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Originally Posted by L255J View Post

I wonder when the iPod touch will be updated with all the iPhone 3G S's new features.

I would figure in September, before the holidays.
Your question is great too, because it also begs if Apple will match all the hardware features on the iPhone. I would say yes...it makes life easier for developers, and acts as a bridge for iPhone sales.
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Ugh, this was a really long keynote...in fact, the length definitely hurt the effectiveness of the keynote overall.
They could have done a better job summarizing/viewing already announced features.
Also, could have saved a lot of time by crafting the presentations to eliminate clapping, and utilize it more during more significant moments. All the Apple people seemed tired...lacked a touch of enthusiasm.
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Can't watch from iPhone.

What happened to HTML5 Video?

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Can't watch from iPhone.

What happened to HTML5 Video?

The streaming codecs are not included yet. I’m running v3.0 Beta 5 and I couldn’t even watch an iTunes streaming video preview (new feature). I’ll check tomorrow if both the iTS video preview is working (which is likely) and if the Keynote stream works (less certain).

I take that back, partially. The streaming of keynote works in v3.0 Beta 5 very well, but the Safari site doesn’t show the same page, but you can click the empty box that should contain an image to stream the video. The iTS streaming preview still doesn’t work, however.
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Can't watch from iPhone.

What happened to HTML5 Video?

Works fine on mine from the www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/keynote page.

Running 3.0 GM mind you.
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Works fine on mine from the www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/keynote page.

Running 3.0 GM mind you.

Is tethering still an open option or is it locked now?
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post #19 of 42
What's been interesting is tracking blogger sentiment on the WWDC keynote, which has definitely been mixed, underscoring a core part of my analysis on the event; namely that Apple has so totally treated us to wizardry and wow over the years that when they merely execute, it's a disappointment (to some), something that I blogged about in:

Apple WWDC Keynote Analysis: Punishing the Wizard, Part Two
http://bit.ly/2lC3yC

Check it out if interested.

Cheers,

Mark
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Is tethering still an open option or is it locked now?

I had tethering enabled via the modified IPCC file and have only run the updates in 'Update' mode not restore mode so i still have tethering. I know that if you ran in restore mode before you lost both tethering and MMS functionality.

UPDATE:

Ran restore for 3.0GM. MMS and tethering are there (for O2 UK at least) O2 sends out an SMS regarding MMS being setup on your account too. (Although MMS doesn't go live for O2 customers until 19th of June and you receive another SMS stating that it could not be setup on your account.)

Tethering prompts you to visit the O2 website to setup a tethering plan/option. (£15 per month.)
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Originally Posted by jimerl View Post

nice. i saw one of snow's refinements is 'put back from trash.' something i've missed from os7! i wonder if handles put back for thingies you move from a folder to the desktop.

oh yeah and the new iphone looks pretty wicked frickin awesome too.

it's weird at some of the things that that audience does and doesn't applaud. nothing for some things I think are impressive.

m$ answer to an update that is 6gb smaller - vista upgrade to 3.11
didja notice the safari tabs are back below the toolbar.
how did they miss the most obvious use for 'find my iphone'? "Here Pumpkin, a new iPhone for you!" ie track the kids/playa/ho.
the airstrip app looks cool enough to want have another a-fib!
two kids playing backgammon? really?
does phil really have a 'workout' playlist? hmmmm i don't have one either.

Yes indeed. I imagine the feedback against the change was accepted and restored.
post #22 of 42
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Originally Posted by L255J View Post

I wonder when the iPod touch will be updated with all the iPhone 3G S's new features.

September- historically when iPod updates happen, after they deplete them due to the " buy a Mac get a free iPod" back-to-school promotion all summer long. I have to say all these new feature will make the Touch an amazing device- video and camera and compass. And 64 gb plus no AT&T !
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Originally Posted by randythot View Post

Ugh, this was a really long keynote...in fact, the length definitely hurt the effectiveness of the keynote overall.
They could have done a better job summarizing/viewing already announced features.
Also, could have saved a lot of time by crafting the presentations to eliminate clapping, and utilize it more during more significant moments. All the Apple people seemed tired...lacked a touch of enthusiasm.

Schiller who I usually like was rushing through everything like he just had too much to cover, I really don't understand why they need to show the MacBook pros here. While I love all the new changes I feel it was just a reaction to Microsoft's commercial that necessitated this. It just made it all so long. Just update them without all the hoopla.
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Concerning tethering and AT&T...

It's not going to happen, not without severe bandwidth limits and extra fee's.


Right now AT&T offers that "laptop connect" USB, for $60 a month w/a phone and $100 without a phone.

They also limit it to 5GB a month.

Allowing free iPhone tethering will just cut into that revenue stream.

AT&T nickle and dimes everything, their customers, their workers, even their network upgrades. I wouldn't be surprised if they had trouble getting credit.

My guess is Apple decided to make the very best iPhone now and may not make a newer hardware version for quite some time as to take advantage of economies of scale and weather the recession.

I'm going to give the new iPhone 3Gs a month to work out the bugs and buy my first one.

I much rather have the iPhone apps running on my Mac though, as it's paid for and no annoying monthly bills and hidden fee's.
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post #25 of 42
That was a very long one. I had to stop at 40 minutes. Based on the scrubber, it looks like it's a three hour presentation, I forgot to scrub it all the way to check the length. I'm not interested in giving up an evening or parts of multiple evenings to watch that.
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I'm particularly interested in sessions on GCD. Hopefully I'll find them being podcast somewhere...

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I much rather have the iPhone apps running on my Mac though, as it's paid for and no annoying monthly bills and hidden fee's.

I think iPhone apps on the Mac is going to be awkward. It wouldn't work well on the desktops, they don't have multitouch at all, and I wonder how people would take to using an iPhone app using the multitouch touch pad.

Besides, they would have to deal with emulation, I wonder if that's worth it, it might take a lot to patch everything together so as much of the app works right.
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I don't know how it will come out on video (haven't watched it yet) but as far as the live updates yesterday, I thought this was the best keynote in quite a while. Packed with stuff, and all of it good stuff.
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Right now AT&T offers that "laptop connect" USB, for $60 a month w/a phone and $100 without a phone.

They also limit it to 5GB a month.

I have unlimited data with AT&T for USB card. The contract has a soft cap of 5GB but that has never been enforced. I use an obscene amount of carrier data that well exceeds the soft cap. In fact, just yesterday I DLed an audiobook, rented and iTS movie, DLed both the latest SL beta and iPhone OS X3.0 GM, and did a whole lot of interneting which included Hulu and YouTube. THe SL beta is 5.84GB by itself.

The iPhone and 3G USB card, both connected to AT&T, are my primary connection to internet as Im constantly traveling During peak TV season Im either streaming it from Hulu (or other TV show websites) or using a torrent to grab it. I havent received any cap information or ever noticed any throttling. If AT&T were to open this up my bandwidth would suffer, but hope that they do offer a fee. Anything less than $60/month as an add-on saves me money as I can get rid of my USB card. The only problem Ive notices with the iPhone tethering is that excessive data throughput will drain the iphone battery before it can be charged, even when connected via USB to your computer.
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y primary connection to internet as Im constantly traveling During peak TV season Im either streaming it from Hulu (or other TV show websites) r computer.

Are you streaming from hulu to your iphone ? And the AT&T card is a usb plugin right?

And can you with that card you can stream hulu on your p/c ?

Spell out your exact setup please.
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Are you streaming from hulu to your iphone ? And the AT&T card is a usb plugin right?

And can you with that card you can stream hulu on your p/c ?

Spell out your exact setup please.

I have a Sierra Wireless 3G USB card and an iPhone 3G on AT&Ts network. The USB card has 7.2Mbps (down) HSDPA and 2Mbps (up) HSUPA. I usually get about 2Mbps down and 1Mbps up on average, but have gone as high as 3Mbps down and 1.6Mbps up. That seems quite good for a cellular card in the US. That is of course connect via USB.

On my iPhone 3G I have 3.6Mbps (down) HSDPA with a lowly 384Kbps up. Im gotten 1.5Mbps down and over 200Kbos up. (I had hoped the iPhone had HSUPA to improve the upload speed but all accounts clearly point to only an improved HSDPA). I can tether my iPhone 3G to my Mac via the included USB cable (though you can use Bluetooth, although you get a performance hit) using iPhone OS X v3.0. Its still open in the Betas and GM build.

Since the issue with Hulu is their lack of an iPhone OS X app and the Adobes lack of a Flash 8 or higher for mobile devices I cant watch Hulu videos on my iPhone, but I can watch Hulu video through my iPhone while tethered as the site is rendered on my Mac in Safari.

Is that exact enough for you?
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post #32 of 42
Rather than streaming the video I'd like to download it. How do we go about doing that?
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Rather than streaming the video I'd like to download it. How do we go about doing that?

Historically the podcast has come as a higher-definition video podcast from iTS.
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I have a Sierra Wireless 3G USB card and an iPhone 3G on AT&Ts network. The USB card has 7.2Mbps (down) HSDPA and 2Mbps (up) HSUPA.

Is that exact enough for you?

Is that exact enough for you?
Almosty.
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So the sierra card spec say 7.2 Mbp's, but you only top out at 2 Mpb's or so. But you still can stream HULU ? Weird.

That is a very good rate for you. Most NYC midtown user's need 3.3 MPB or more to stream HULU, using a wifi card.

I tried to stream HULU using the verizon 760 card. It did not even come close, Choppy video. Once we can find a true fast DL card we can drop our DSL ACCOUNTS at home and work. Saving millions.


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September- historically when iPod updates happen, after they deplete them due to the " buy a Mac get a free iPod" back-to-school promotion all summer long. I have to say all these new feature will make the Touch an amazing device- video and camera and compass. And 64 gb plus no AT&T !

Wrong. Apple doesn't delay the iPod Touch software update. He is referring to the 3.0 software, not new hardware.
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In a few days, the Podcast should be available. Much easier than streaming.
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Did they keep the two demo failures for comic relief? Ah, well.

It's a old caution to never do a live show with child or animal acts. At an Apple Keynote, I guess we need to add anything that requires moving parts. At least the medical demo didn't "flatline" like the science project pressure graph!

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I wonder when the iPod touch will be updated with all the iPhone 3G S's new features.

The still and vid cams sure sound like a lock. As does 64 GB, which finally brings it into my media wheel house...

...since I want all this goodness without AT&T's crap coverage (even in major metro areas, decades into the cell era!), I considered the notion of adding Verizon's MiFi, a Touch and my current Verizon phone. But at $50/month for MiFi, it feels like it'd be an expensive kludge (not to mention lugging three tiny bricks and chargers around).

One question: is there sound input on the current Touch to make Skyping practical on it?

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I don't know how it will come out on video (haven't watched it yet) but as far as the live updates yesterday, I thought this was the best keynote in quite a while. Packed with stuff, and all of it good stuff.

It held my interest nearly all the way through.

Partly of the grousing is because with all the partners Apple now has and the earlier roll-out of the 3.0 features, we knew most of the details of the phone-related stuff. So Apple was mostly tying a ribbon around the leaks, and the updates to the instrument were all incremental, and most of the goodness new apps will give us (in both Snow and 3.0) is down the road.

However, I think the jaded missed the rush of a monster home run or two.

This was a real display of many solid singles and doubles (with the new 13" FW-equpped MB Pro a triple for me) and if you add up all the runs scored in advancing the entire Apple ecosystem, there were a bunch.

You can bet that Blackberry, Palm and Android were im- or depressed.

And, with the $29 Snow upgrade (at least a triple), may I be the first - for all the poor schlubs who will pay through the nose to move from XP, Wistful or W7 "Starter" to a real Win version - to start talking about "the Windows 7 tax"!!

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Is that exact enough for you?
Almosty.
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So the sierra card spec say 7.2 Mbp's, but you only top out at 2 Mpb's or so. But you still can stream HULU ? Weird.

That is a very good rate for you. Most NYC midtown user's need 3.3 MPB or more to stream HULU, using a wifi card.

I tried to stream HULU using the verizon 760 card. It did not even come close, Choppy video. Once we can find a true fast DL card we can drop our DSL ACCOUNTS at home and work. Saving millions.

I think that is more than most people get from their DSL connections in the US. The card is theoretically capable of 7.2Mbps but regardless of what AT&T could push Id never get that. Same goes for any data transmission. I can more than stream with that. I could stream HD with 2Mbps if it was constant. The 360p or 480p with poor bitrate is easy with that connection. Streaming with EDGE is even possible but it requires queuing.

I am not sure what you are referring to 3.3MPB" for Hulu as you only need a few hundred actual Kbps to stream Hulu. A WiFi card is not your internet connection, but your LAN, WIFi will be much faster than your connection to the internet, whether it be the cell carrier, DSL or cable, which is your bottleneck unless your WiFI network is congested.

Check out you network speed at speedtest.com. They have a copy button that will copy the address of an image that shows your stats.

PS: Im sure you thought of the word almostly on your own, but unless you are a Highlander the word was invented long before you were born. I no longer have access to the online OED but Google Books has 1620 being the earliest its in print, being used as you used it.
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I s congested.

Check out you network speed at speedtest.com. They have a copy button that will copy the address of an image that shows your stats.

PS: I’m sure you thought of the word ‘almostly’ on your own, but unless you are a Highlander the word was invented long before you were born. I no longer have access to the online OED but Google Books has 1620 being the earliest it’s in print, being used as you used it.

I just checked my speed and its at 6.67DL.
I have the verizon 7.2 service.

I bought the verizon 760 laptop card but it was slow, well not slow but not hulu fast enough. If one day I can find a very fast MIFI CARD or laptop card, I could dump 2 DSL accounts and always be connected.

Almosty is the sacred husband and WIFE story about toast and the trials thereof. Or maybe some one from the 1600's invented this word at the same time as me. A worldwide search will start now.

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