Even without a big hardware unveiling, Apple's WWDC keynote packed in a lot of news. Steve Jobs is increasingly frail-looking, but he didn't let that stop him from delivering the kind of announcements that have a way of shaking up the tech world. If you missed anything, or are still trying to sort out what it all means, here's a comprehensive guide to all the best coverage from TechRepublic, ZDNet, CNET, and CBS News...so far.
From the beginning
Prior to the keynote, TechRepublic's Editor-in-Chief Jason Hiner got the ball rolling with some speculation/predictions on what iCloud would like and what Apple's bet on the cloud would portend. See how he did: Apple's next frontier: Your data.
If you really want the off-the-cuff reaction of tech editors as it happened, you can read the Live Analysis transcripts or watch the keynote for yourself:
CBSi editors continue to slice and dice the news in post-announcement analysis and commentary:
- WWDC 2011: Apple Mac OS X Lion sports over 250 new features
- Through cloud, Apple circles wagons on ecosystem: 10 proof points
- WWDC 2011: iOS 5 notifications go from stink to stellar
- Apple copies a bunch of features from Android, calls it iOS5 (Updated)
- Is the iCloud the end of the Linux & Windows desktop?
- Apple's iCloud and what it means for wireless data service
- iCloud handles music, photos, more
- Apple WWDC rumor scorecard: 2011 edition
- Jobs announces Apple's iCloud storage service
- Apple unveils iCloud, shows off features of Lion, iOS 5
- Lion and iOS 5 and iCloud, oh my! (video roundup)
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