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#62431 7-Jun-2010 02:42
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Steve Jobs is set to address the WWDC 2010.

Possible announcements and rumors:

iPhone 4, Safari 5, Mac OS X 10.6.4, iPhone OS 4.0, Mac Mini update, Xcode 4

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http://www.engadget.com/2010/06/07/steve-jobs-live-from-wwdc-2010/







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  #338945 7-Jun-2010 03:02
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Might have to keep note on that. I will be always a Android / Linux user though.




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  #338973 7-Jun-2010 10:44
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I'm also guessing a new iTunes to support iPhone 4.0. The current iTunes doesn't support folders on the springboard

 
 
 
 


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  #339057 7-Jun-2010 16:53
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I'd like to see (apart from a new iPhone) a new version of iTunes built from scratch - just like iMovie was. The rest of my family uses iTunes on their PCs and they so many problems compared to iTunes on my MacBook Pro.
Would also like 2x/1.5/0.5x options for podcasts and wireless syncing.

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  #339209 8-Jun-2010 04:58
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I am up and ready to party!! Bring on the iPhone!!





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  #339210 8-Jun-2010 05:08
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I do find it weird that Steve Jobs always seems to wear the same jeans and the same black shirts to every Presentation.

No, I don't want the new iPhone or anything, just seeing if he comes up with a good reason for me to reinstall OSX on my MacBook.




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  #339211 8-Jun-2010 05:43
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  #339213 8-Jun-2010 05:58
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Here we go!

5 MP camera + LED Flash

720p HD video at 30fps

iMovie for iPhone





 
 
 
 


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  #339214 8-Jun-2010 06:10
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Only going off the pictures I've seen, Quad Band HSDPA = 850/900/1800/2100 wcdma ?
or meaning it will finally work on Vodafone 3g extend?

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  #339215 8-Jun-2010 06:11
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DjShadow: Only going off the pictures I've seen, Quad Band HSDPA = 850/900/1800/2100 wcdma ?
or meaning it will finally work on Vodafone 3g extend?


That's what I am assuming, if it does then it will be the first phone to work on both XT and Vodafone's 3G Extended.

I had to laugh at this:


11:06AM Thanks 3G card!


11:05AM Guess what -- we're not doing that.


11:05AM He's asking people to set their laptops on the floor.


11:05AM Oh my god. Jobs is asking everyone to turn off their network cards and MiFis!




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  #339217 8-Jun-2010 06:36
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Video calling!





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  #339218 8-Jun-2010 06:44
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Hmmn, woke to the news this morning in my RSS feeds. Liking the sound of the camera, battery life, but most of all the screen resolution. Sounds like a good update to the iPhone.




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  #339219 8-Jun-2010 06:46
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iPhone 4 NZ release





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  #339220 8-Jun-2010 06:50
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I wonder what Vodafone will charge for it. $299 for the 32GB iPhone from AT&T

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  #339221 8-Jun-2010 06:56
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DjShadow: Only going off the pictures I've seen, Quad Band HSDPA = 850/900/1800/2100 wcdma ?
or meaning it will finally work on Vodafone 3g extend?


This is something right now that's unknown.

I'm personally picking their quad band means 850/1700/1900/2100 support for the USA and not the 900 required for NZ, Australia and Europe

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  #339222 8-Jun-2010 06:56
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My 2 year contract expires 2/2011. Will I be able to upgrade?





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