- Apple fans will cheer the announcement of iOS 5 at the WWDC; but it is the Android camp that will be heartened by the fact that there has been no word on the iPhone 5. An iPhone 4 S in August? And the true iPhone 5 in 2012? will that be too late? Or, will it fit better into Apple's strategy?
- The iOS 5 has ushered in a key feature which spells doom for RIM's BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) which could unleash an exodus of users from the BlackBerry camp - primarily college students.
- Why are analysts so high on the iCloud, when consumers and investors aren't as thrilled? Stickiness is the reason.
- Cyber attackers are targeting the hype over Apple's WWDC to launch new phishing scams announcing the iPhone 5G, sending e-mails claiming to be from Apple.
- Shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) started declining Monday from 1 pm EDT, exactly the start time of its annual worldwide developers conference (WWDC). An appearance by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at WWDC and its announcement failed to boost the company's stock.
- Apple's iMessage may mean trouble for Blackberry, since it takes a lot of features from BBM.
- As Apple attempts to chart out new territory with its cloud-offering iCloud, it is entering into a domain ruled by other giants like Google, Amazon and Microsoft who have huge data centers to back their cloud services.
- Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to launch the iCloud, in San Francisco which could fundamentally change the way Apple fans listen to music, watch TV shows and download movies.
- Apple had kept the market clueless by not revealing the details of ‘the upcoming cloud service offering’, since the announcement of unveiling Lion, iOS 5 and the iCloud.