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Crash Report Reveals Apple Testing iOS 5 With Third Party Apps

Crash Report Reveals Apple Testing iOS 5 With Third Party Apps

FutureTap, developers of iPhone app – Where To? have reported that they’ve received the first iOS 5 crash report for their app yesterday, indicating that not surprisingly Apple has started testing iOS 5 with third party apps.

Apple has announced that it will unveil iOS 5 at the WWDC 2011 that starts on June 6th.

iOS 4.3.3 Will Be Released In The Next Few Weeks

Earlier today, Apple responded to questions raised by about the iPhone and iPad 3G location tracking issue reported by Security researchers.

Apple has revealed that it plans to release a minor iOS software update – most likely iOS 4.3.3 in the next few weeks to address a bug in the way it manages the crowd-sourced Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower database that is cached on the iPhone.

iOS 5 Running On 64 GB White iPhone 4 With Exposé-like Multitasking Feature?

iOS 5 Running On 64 GB White iPhone 4 With Exposé-like Multitasking Feature?

Vietnamese site Tinhte has published videos, which shows a white iPhone 4 running a test version of iOS.

The first video reveals an unreleased version of iOS with Palm Pre Exposé-like multitasking feature that shows thumbnails of 9 apps running in the background instead of the multitasking taskbar.

Siri’s Artificial Intelligence and Assistance Technology Could Be Deeply Integrated Into iOS 5

We were quite excited when Apple acquired Siri last year. Siri was a young startup that had launched a personal assistant app, which was quite popular on the App Store.

TechCrunch reports that according to their sources Siri’s artificial intelligence and assistance technology has been “deeply integrated” into iOS 5, which will be unveiled at WWDC 2011.

Apple To Unveil iOS 5 On June 6th At WWDC 2011

Apple To Unveil iOS 5 On June 6th At WWDC 2011

Apple has announced that the WorldWide Developer Conference 2011 will be held from June 6th to June 10th at the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco.

As rumored, Apple has revealed that it will unveil the future of iOS and Mac OS X at the event.

iOS 5 Launch May Be Delayed: Will Be Previewed At WWDC, Released This Fall?

We were expecting Apple to unveil its next generation iOS – iOS 5 at a special event early next month, followed by the public release in June.

However, TechCrunch reports that according to “two solid sources”, iOS 5 will be unveiled at the WorldWide Developer Conference 2011 in June and released only in fall.

Apple To Give Sneak Peak Of iOS 5 In Early April?

A German website, Macerkopf.de claims that according to their source, Apple is planning a media event in early April to give a sneak peak of the next generation iOS – iOS 5 and also the revamped MobileMe services.

The timing won’t be a surprise as Apple has typically held a media event in the first or second week of April to preview their next generation iOS and releases it to general public in June.

iOS 5 May Be Previewed At Next Week’s iPad 2 Event

You might have heard by now that Apple is holding a special event on March 2nd. The graphics on the invitation indicates that Apple will unveil the second generation iPad.

Engadget claims that according to their source, Apple will unveil iPad 2 and also give us a preview of the next version of iOS – iOS 5 at next week’s event.

Apple Releases First Developer Preview Of Mac OS X Lion With New AirDrop Feature – Will It Come To iOS?

As rumored, Apple launched new MacBook Pros earlier today with Sandy Bridge Quad core processors with Intel’s Turbo Boost 2.0, a hybrid Thunderbolt/mini Display port, FaceTime camera and more.

Apple also surprised us by releasing the first developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion today, which was first demoed last October.

Apple May Unveil iPhone 5 And Announce iOS 5 Release Date On June 5th?

Apple May Unveil iPhone 5 And Announce iOS 5 Release Date On June 5th?

Folks at AppleBitch have spotted that the Moscone center has been booked for a Corporate Meeting between June 5th and 9th.

Since the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is typically a 5-day event, which Apple holds at the Moscone center, it is being widely speculated that this year’s WWDC will be held between June 5th and 9th.