Last night, I told my wife that it would be ideal that Steve Jobs would make the announcement of the iPad 3 in March and iPhone 5 in June 2012 to create and post significant mark to the total view and value of Apple, unless he dies before the year ends. And then, the unfortunate event happened this morning – Steve Jobs died. What would the world do without him? Read on.
The iOS5, being a major update, was expected to feature revamped notification and a cloud-based storage and syncing ecosystem that can literally render the 30-pin sync cable useless. Apple didn’t disappoint us. Everything I hoped for was answered in 45 minutes.
It will be a beautiful Monday morning in San Francisco during the World Wide Developers Conference where Steve Jobs and his team of Apple Executives unveil the latest software for Apple devices.
The iPad 2 will be officially available tomorrow at Authorized Resellers nationwide. But before you get yourself an iPad 2, you might want to check my short review.
33% thinner and 15% lighter – no we’re not referring to Steve Jobs – the iPad 2, in its slightly redesigned look indeed boasts a thinner and lighter build. It is thinner that the iPhone 4 and really looks better that its predecessor. Steve Jobs, announces the sequel to last year’s machine that defined the tablet computer category – the iPad 2.
Apple really never fails to amaze me each time they announce or launch a new product, especially when Steve Jobs is the one presenting. There is no doubt that Apple and Steve Jobs make the best lethal combination of telling everyone, “Hey, we’ve got something new!”. However, with their recent product launch this morning (in the US), they may have amazed me with HOW they launched their latest creation but have they amazed me with WHAT they launched? Let me share you my thoughts.