Here’s a good looking infographic that shows the tech giants revenues and profits. Enjoy!
As you already know, Apple released last night the iPhone 5 and made us aware that iOS 6 will be available to the public on September 19th. However, if you have a developer account, iOS6 GM (the final version of the OS) can be downloaded and installed right away.
Here’s how to do it:
- Google for iOS 6 GM (you’ll easily find the version for your iDevice) and download it.
- Back up your iDevice with iTunes.
- Launch iTunes (make sure it’s the latest version), click on your device then on the page that has just shown up, hold SHIFT on your keyboard if you’re on a PC or the option key on OSX and click on Check For Updates button, then point to the place where you have your iOS 6GM file and let it do it’s routine.
- If necessary, restore your device from backup and sync with iTunes.
- Enjoy iOS 6.
Apple start sending out invitations to a couple of thousands lucky persons in the world to take part at their event taking place on September 12,2012 at Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco.
In the image above you can see in the shadow of number 1 and 2 the beginning of the number 5 which leads me to believe that we’ll see the iPhone 5 at the event. Can’t wait to see what is Apple going to come up with! Stay tuned for more!
iOS 6 Beta (build 10B24) has been leaked and Jake, a YouTube user got his hands on it and, in a short video, he describes a few of the changes that we can expect to see on iOS 6 final release.
From the video, these are a few changes we can see:
- iTunes Store and App Store have been merged into iStore
- we’ve got a new Maps Application (Apple proprietary – they’ve decided to quit using Google Maps)
- a new Dictionary application
- that if you double click the home button in landscape, the task manager will show in landscape as well.
Check out the video below and tell me what you think? Are you excited or dissapointed? What would YOU like to see in iOS 6?
Reportedly, up to 6.5 million user accounts and encrypted passwords have been leaked and posted to a Russian hacker site. LinkedIn did not confirm this but they confirmed they are looking into the matter.
Even if your account has been hacked or not, you should get your password changed, just to be safe.
Spread the word!