Apple revealed a beta edition of iCloud.com, the company’s host of cloud applications, with pricing for the services. The website is presently open just to a limited number of developers, until a public launch promised this fall. iCloud is what Apple calls the online home of your information, consisting of documents, contacts, calendars, emails, and media – for a cost.
Different from Google, which gives away most of its services in exchange of your details for advertising reasons, Apple will charge users who need over 5GB of free iCloud storage with documents, backups, contacts, calendars and . . . → Read More: Apple Unleashes Beta Edition of iCloud
When Apple emphasized some of the new features to come with MacOS X Lion back during its WWDC 2011, one involved a demo illustrating face detection technology being used in the popular self-portrait app, Photo Booth. Now, it looks that face detection technology will probably make its way to iOS 5, where it may be an integral portion to some new apps.
This kind of technology came to Apple after they bought the Swedish company, Polar Rose, which specialized in face detection algorithms. Judging from a Polar Rose Recognizr app video demo, the technology does not . . . → Read More: Apple Adds Face Detection API to iOS 5
Presently invested in an Apple iPad 2? Well the latest iPad may be approaching earlier than we believe. Records in the iOS 5 beta firmware create orientation to ‘iPad 3.1’ and ‘iPad 3.2.’
WWDC was distinguished for not proclaiming any latest hardware; in its place we got news on the newest edition of iOS5, iCloud and Mac OS X Lion this week.
According the TUAW there’s also a reference to ‘iPhone 4.1’ and ‘iPhone 4.2’ maybe the next iPhone, which would be the fourth as if that wasn’t sufficient. Even though iOS 5 was proclaimed . . . → Read More: Rumor: Apple iPad 3 is Coming Out