The iPhone 3G S was the star of the show at WWDC 2009, promising faster performance and new voice, compass, and video capabilities. Plus Apple announced the June 19 debut of the iPhone OS 3.0 update that allows copy and paste, remote kill, and other long-desired capabilities. At the event, Apple also showed off new MacBook Pros with integrated, long-lasting batteries, and the more business-oriented update to the Mac OS: Snow Leopard, which will ship in September.
See InfoWorld's complete coverage and analysis:
- "What business can expect from Snow Leopard"
- "iPhone OS 3.0 adopts some BlackBerry-like security"
- "WWDC: Apple unveils new MacBooks, $29 Snw Leopard upgrade price"
- "New iPhone 3G S offers faster CPU and cellular connectivity"
- "Apple announces Snow Leopard Server developer preview"
- All Apple WWDC 2009 coverage