Here's what Steve will announce @ WWDC

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  1. edka macrumors member

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    Interesting article

    :D free bluethoot headset Yayyyy

    irst, he’ll talk about the iPhone. He’ll show a production model. He’ll talk about the tinyBluetooth headset bundled in the package. He will show the iPhone dock in the package that lets you plug in the phone and charge the earpiece. He will mention the iPhone dock connector is compatible with almost all current iPhone accessories that plug in to an iPod, especially the interfaces in many current automobiles. He will announce new iPhone interfaces in some cars that integrate both music and phone functions into the automobile. He will talk about the new stereo bluetooth headphones that are available and how great they sound playing music. He will mention iPhone’s software update system which happens through iTunes syncing. He will show functions he didn’t cover, including the calendar and notepad apps. The notepad is essentially the Mac Preview app and opens PDF, Word, Pages, and Keynote files. He will show new apps including Apple Remote Access and the GPS turn by turn directions tied into Google Maps. He will show printing to Bluetooth printers and over WiFi to printers on local networks. He will say DashCode widgets will run on the iPhone, allowing anyone to write simple iPhone apps. Oh, one more thing - he will sell iPhones to anyone at WWDC who wants one out in the hall right after the speech. WWDC attendees will be the first iPhone customers, two weeks before anyone else can get them.

    Then he will talk about .Mac, which hasn’t been updated in a while. He will show full integration with the iPhone. He will show that .Mac will push EMail to the iPhone. He will show iPhone syncing directly with .Mac’s calendar, address book, and bookmarks. Oh, one more thing, a free year of .Mac comes with your iPhone.
     
  2. iHerzeleid macrumors 6502a

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    Yea I read that article before. Everything seems plausible. I hope it's at least semi-correct.
     
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  4. Photography macrumors 65816

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    I read that article before as well, and several of those things sound reasonable. Some of them, however, don't sound that reasonable.
     
  5. Lighthugger macrumors newbie

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    Sounds too good to be true, especially touch-interface for Leopard.
    I hope he's got at-least one prediction right.
     
  6. Kamera RAWr macrumors 65816

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    I truly do hope that Jobs doesn't plan on spending the majority of his keynote talking about the iPhone. It is a developers conference, after all. :D
     
  7. PlaceofDis macrumors Core

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    indeed. i'd think the major push would be leopard.
     
  8. fenixx macrumors regular

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    Complete BS.

    :rolleyes: @ pre-sales in the "hall".

    This is a wishlist, not an educated prediction.
     
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    Unless he states that the iPhone will be (a while after release?) an open platform :)
     
  10. macaddicted macrumors regular

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    I stopped reading at "40 minutes in" he starts to talk about Leopard. It's WWDC, a major revision of the OS is coming out and he's going to spend the first half talking about the iPhone?
     
  11. cube macrumors G5

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    Talking about the iPhone at WWDC is a waste of time unless you can develop apps for it.
     
  12. Jayrod macrumors regular

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    who is this guy who wrote that article anyway? Does he have any credentials that could even slightly make me believe he is not completely full of s***? All of those things sound REALLY nice, and would be freaking sweet if it were the case, but I agree with a previous poster... sounds like a wish list more than anything else.
     
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  14. psychofreak Retired

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    It will get tons of free press...
     
  15. cube macrumors G5

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    So? A WWDC tiket costs $1600. You don't pay that to just watch a LONG iPhone ad.
     
  16. TheAnswer macrumors 68030

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    It's not $1600 just to listen the SteveNote. It's $1600 for the sessions and labs, campus bash, etc. and the SteveNote. Plus if they're announcing an SDK, I'm sure the developers will listen. I'd personally hope that he doesn't spend more that 15 minutes on the iPhone...but I can see Steve wanting to milk the event for more free iPhone press.
     
  17. Scarlet Fever macrumors 68040

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    exactly my thoughts while reading it.

    Didn't Jobs say 2007 was the year of the Mac? What have we had so far? :apple:TV, a promised iPhone, a delayed Leopard, two notebooks out of six with an LED display, and a Mac Pro no-one can afford. I Want Consumer Goods!
     
  18. cube macrumors G5

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    I know it's not just the keynote. But if I spent that kind of money I wouldn't want the time on a major attraction being wasted in irrelevant stuff.
     
  19. cube macrumors G5

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    And better not show all the same Leopard things again.
     
  20. TheAnswer macrumors 68030

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    I agree, but it could be worse. Much, much worse.
     
  21. ero87 macrumors 65816

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    he acknoweldges that this is just a list of predictions, he doesn't know what he's talking about.

    "There are a lot of predictions here, let’s see what comes true!"
     
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    He won't repeat himself, but he could go over what he showed before including new stuff...
     
  23. Kamera RAWr macrumors 65816

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    Leopard looked interesting last year, but didn't look like anything earth shattering by any means. I hope at WWDC we see some really awesome stuff we hadn't expected :D
     
  24. Eric1285 macrumors 6502

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    I'll wait until Monday to hear the real deal. Don't want to get my hopes up for anything.
     
  25. edka thread starter macrumors member

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    Exact Keynote Transcript for WWDC07

    :) found this online and it seems interesting
    i hope they will talk about this tmrw

    � iPhone:
    � new secret features:
    � iWork and iLife integration,
    � .mac integration (iDisk access, Mail, documents on-line, etc. work on)
    � Demo new features
    � iPhone accessories, prices
    � Demo accessories
    � available in US Apple (without contract) and (with contract) net curtain, prices at&t
    � Europe as promised in the autumn
    � �That' s it, but there' s one more thing�, new product �iphone@home�:
    � 10 ? multitouch screen,
    � 30 GB Flash memory,
    � iPhone user surface,
    � 8 hours of battery,
    � no connections except dock Connector,
    � resemble functions as iPhone, except mobile phone, but iChat
    � integrated iSight
    � Demo iphone@home
    � The End
     

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