TUAW WWDC 2008 Day 1 coverage roundup
Be sure to check out our WWDC 2008 coverage page for lots more info.
TUAW Meta-Liveblog of WWDC 08 Keynote: Our award winning coverage of other sites' live coverage of the WWDC keynote
iPhone 2.0 firmware will ship in early July, touch users pay $9.95: iPhone users get the 2.0 firmware for free, while iPod touch folks have to pay Apple ten bucks.
iPhone 3G announced: Did you know Apple makes a phone? The new iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 3G, sports faster networking, longer battery life, GPS, and a flush headphone jack. All of that, and it costs much less ($199 for an 8 gig and $299 for the 16 gig model).
MobileMe announced: .Mac is dead, long live MobileMe. Well, at least that will be the case on July 11. The .Mac replacement offers up push email, calendaring, contacts as well as Web 2.0 apps for checking said things. It still costs $99 for an individual account and $149 for a family subscription (all subscriptions last for a year).
WWDC Reader Q&A Liveblog: You had questions, and we tried to answer them.
Apple posts video of WWDC 2008 keynote: Watch it in the comfort of your own Mac.
3G iPhone: What it means - a look at the hardware: Cory checks out what comes in the iPhone 3G box.
Where can I buy an iPhone 3g?: Christina whipped up a very cool map showing you all the countries that Apple will be selling the iPhone 3G in.
AT&T talks iPhone 3G plans, apps: AT&T spills the beans about the new iPhone service plans (spoiler alert, they are more expensive) and talks about the Yellowpages.com app they are working on.
Confirmed: GoPhone is No Go and in-store Activation only: Erica confirms that the iPhone 3G will have to be activated in store, no more iTunes activations for you! Also, the GoPhone plan won't be available for the iPhone 3G.
.Mac to MobileMe: what's the deal?: Apple explains the transition from .Mac to MobileMe for current subscribers.
Get a $30 discount on MobileMe: A little bargain hunting never hurt anyone.
What isn't making the cut from .Mac to MobileMe: iCards will be no more. A nation mourns (or at least a WiFi expert does).
Snow Leopard (aka OS X 10.6)
Apple posts details about Snow Leopard: A press release details some of the features found in Snow Leopard.
Apple posts Snow Leopard website: Even more about Apple's next cat.
Apple posts Snow Leopard Server information: Some information about the server flavor of Snow Leopard, which will include some very cool new features.
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