Apple WWDC 2009
Liveblog and in-depth coverage from Apple's annual developer event, where new iPhone info is expected.
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Phone Scoop is live on the scene at Apple's WWDC in San Francisco this year. There are sure to be iPhone-related announcements today, possibly including new iPhone models.
We'll be liveblogging the keynote (connection permitting... these things do tend to push wireless networks to their limits.) Check back at 1pm eastern / 10am pacific for the start of our live coverage. You can follow the liveblog on the next page. We also plan to take live photos, which will appear on the "Live Photos" page.
Key parts of our liveblog will be mirrored on Twitter as well. Follow @phonescoop to keep track of today's big iPhone news that way.
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Enough of AT&T...
Will someone please clarify if you can use the new or old iphone as a modem for your laptop? I have searched the forum and I am confused about the responses. Right now I use my AT&T 8925 as a modem. I hook the usb cable to the computer, go to internet sharing and I am able to get online. Thank you for your help.
Anyone notice the applications graph???
A perfect phone??
Obviously a better camera, flash and an SD card slot, removeable battery... are those necessary though?
Apple really seems to be stepping it up, honestly, is this not as close to a perfect phone as were going to get?
Still hoping for a new model today!
Other things I would like to see:
TETHERING (3Gs will have it, but not in US)
The Best Part is...
the rest was a mix of 'about time', 'interesting but ok', and 'that's apps but what about the phone'. hmmm, i guess i'll wait to see the in depth coverage before i pass judgement.
no AT&T listed (as mentioned in the tethering section)??? elaborate please.
but dang... that price is pretty sweet, but was hoping for more mind blowing feature set info.
I am extremely jealous that you guys got to go to WWDC.
Anyone here hoping for something to be thrown T-mobile USA's way???