What announcement from WWDC are you most excited about?

Jun 6th - WWDC 2014 was, by far, the most informative keynote I have ever watched--and especially exciting if you are a developer. For the first time since I can remember, Apple centered their entire WWDC keynote around developers.

The problem with free software

Oct 29th - Apple surprised us all by making OS X and their iLife and iWork suites of software free last week. But what does such a move do to the rest of the industry?

Where to follow the WWDC 2013 keynote [Update: Apple to stream via web, Apple TV]

Jun 10th - Apple finally takes to the stage for their annual World Wide Developer Conference tomorrow at 1 pm EST. Do you know where you can follow the keynote presentation?

WWDC slated for June 10-14, tickets available tomorrow

Apr 24th - Apple has announced that this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC, for all the cool kids) will be held on June 10-14 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Tickets, priced at $1599 will be available tomorrow at 10:00AM Pacific Time. With each passing year tickets for the conference have been selling within hours of going on […]

Will Apple Make a Game Console?

Feb 14th - Over the past few weeks there has been a steady buzz regarding the Apple TV, Apple’s plans for the device, and what some competitors are doing as well. Valve’s Gab Newell expressed his company’s interest in making, or at least setting a specification standard for a console-like PC. The company has even made some moves […]

Apple Releases OS X 10.8.1 to the Public, Seeds Developers with Build of 10.8.2 [UPDATED]

Aug 23rd - Apple has released OS X 10.8.1 to the public today. This is the first maintenance update to the newly-released OS X Mountain Lion. One can download this update directly, or via the “Updates” panel in the Mac App Store. Here are Apple’s release notes: This update includes general operating system fixes that improve the stability […]

Apple Issues iOS 6 Beta 4 to Developers [UPDATED] YouTube App Removed

Aug 6th - Reports are beginning to surface that Apple has issued iOS 6 beta 4 (Build 10A5376e) to developers for testing purposes. This new version of iOS was announced at this year’s WWDC, and is slated to be released to the general public “this fall”. It would be safe to assume that the new software will be […]

Apple Seeds: New Build of Mountain Lion, the Domain Name, More

May 17th - 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: Apple Update Mountain Lion Build to 12A206j Apple has seeded a new build (12A206j) of OS X Mountain Lion to developers. It is currently unknown what […]

Apple Seeds: iPhone Growing in World Wide Mobile Phone Market, Stepping on Dropbox, More

May 2nd - 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: iPhone Now at 8.8% of World Wide Mobile Phone Market The iPhone now holds 8.8% of the world wide mobile phone market. This doesn’t sound like […]

Apple Releases Tool to Remove Flashback from Java-less Lion Installations, Seeds New Build of Lion

Apr 16th - Late last week, Apple released Java updates that would remove the Flashback malware that seems to be making the rounds. Since then, Apple has released the standalone Flashback malware removal tool from Lion instillations lacking Java. The Java hole that Apple just patched is by far the most dangerous method of attack, but other methods […]

Apple Bumps iAd Developer Payout to 70%

Apr 2nd - Apple has informed developers that they have bumped the iAd payouts from 60% to 70% of ad revenue. This turn of events had been confirmed by Apple in mid-February, that this new deal would come into effect on April 1. This 10% increase is to undoubtedly be used as an increased incentive for iOS developers […]