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Apple Seeds: WWDC Banners Confirm iOS 6, New App Usage Tracking Tools for Developers, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

WWDC Banners Confirm iOS 6

To no one’s surprise, the banners that are just now going up at Moscone West ahead of next week’s WWDC, confirm the existence of iOS 6.  There are no hints as to what the new version of the mobile OS might hold, but it is on it’s way. We’ll undoubtably hear all about it when Apple shows it off at their keynote this Monday, June 11th. [Read More]

New Tools for App Usage Tracking on The Way

Apple is in the process of phasing out the availability of UDIDs to developers for the purposes of tracking app usage. Well, to meet the need for this information, Apple is reportedly set to introduce new tools to gather this data while maintaining user privacy. [Read More]

T-Mobile USA Testing 4G HSPA+ Service at Moscone West

It seems that T-Mobile is testing their HSPA+ network, which is compatible with the iPhone, in the area surrounding the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco where WWDC will be held next week. This is just a coincidence, I’m sure. [Read More]

Phil Schiller’s Roll at Apple

Bloomberg Businessweek has profiled Apple’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Phil Schiller, outlining his responsibilities at Apple. At Apple, “marketing” does not mean what other companies understand as marketing. No, Schiller is responsible for the end product and it’s positioning in the market. [Read More]

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