wwdc11

  • iOS Passes 200 Million Devices, 25 Million Of Which Are iPads

    Scott Forstall, speaking at WWDC 2011, has just announced some major numbers relating to Apple’s iOS. 200 million iOS devices have been sold, which they claim makes it the #1 mobile operating system in the world. With Android nipping at their heels, that could be a transient title, at least in the mobile phone world. The iPad, however, is another story. Read More

  • WWDC: Apple Has 54 Million Active Macs, 5 Years Of Beating PCs In Growth

    Apple’s Phil Schiller, speaking at today’s WWDC keynote, outlined some interesting numbers relating to Macs and their growth in the personal computer sector. First, he mentioned that there are some 54 million active Mac users out there. That’s a lot, though skeptics will point out that they are still hugely outnumbered by PCs. But what of that all-important growth factor? Read More

  • Apple's WWDC 2011 Will Be June 5-9

    WWDC is a pretty fun time of the year: all the rumors that we tirelessly cover are put to rest. Last year had a lot to do with iOS and iPhone 4, we even got to see FaceTime and the introduction of the Retina Display. Pretty amazing stuff. This year’s WWDC probably will be just as exciting when it lands June 5-9, 2011. Read More