I survived the wonderful California wine country weather during the Macintosh Computer Expo, and it looks like everyone survived my iPhone app presentation, too. I covered a ton of apps in an amazingly short amount of time, which means most people couldn’t write their notes fast enough keep up. Not to worry, I put the entire frakking list online.
I’ll be packing up and heading to northern California at the beginning of October to speak at the Macintosh Computer Expo about how to make your iPhone do more for you. Because, really, after all you spent on your iPhone it should earn its keep. And iPod touch owners? Yeah, I’ll have some tips and tricks for you, too.
Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference keynote was chock full of chewy morsels this year, and apparently I had plenty to say on all the big announcements. iPhone 3G S, iPhone OS 3.0, new MacBook Pros, and more — and I spent plenty of time gabbing about all of that on the iPhone Alley, MacJury and Apple Weekly Report podcasts.
Apple kicked off its World Wide Developer Conference earlier this week with some pretty big announcements. You know, like iPhone 3G S, the iPhone Software 3.0 release date, and new MacBook Pro models. I spent all day on June 8 covering WWDC news, and now I’m going to spend the evening of June 11 at the Colorado Mac User Group talking about everything Apple dumped in our laps.
Apparently I’m not satisfied with packing a single conference into a week because I’m about to head out to San Francisco for the RSA Conference 2009, and from there I go to Las Vegas for the 2009 National Association of Broadcasters conference. I’m especially looking forward to the RSA Conference because I’ll be speaking on a panel that’s discussing Mac security in the enterprise.