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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Daniel97, Jun 6, 2011.
What do we think?
Previewed at keynote followed by an immediate release?
Wouldn't developers need a preview first so they can test that their apps run smooth on iOS5? Before it is released to the general public.
That's how it's always been done.
i think we might see a GM today.
Preview and 1st Dev release today.
Dev releases every two weeks for the next few months with a final release in conjunction with the next iPhone in September.
Lion will get a ship date that will be quite soon.
iCloud will get a thorough going-over and a possible release today.
hope we get something today!
The only way it could be released today is if very little changed, which we don't want!
It's far more likely Lion is released today, that iOS5.
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I doubt it.
Spot on I would say
If iCloud is the new iTunes (which would be awesome especially if that's how they delivered software updates) then there's no point opening it up for general consumption until either Lion and/or iOS has shipped.
OS updates always take some time... we'll most likely see a developer release of iOS 5 today alongside a limited launch of iCloud. Lion will probably be out in a month, as they will probably release a developer preview today as well...
we'll see though, you never know if there's a clever way Apple updated the OS so that the apps are fully compatible, and just release APIs to the developers so they can use the new features.
Yeah surely the beta releases have to happen to devs first.
I am guessing they are aiming for September alongside the 4S or whatever it will end up being.
Why do people insist on making misleading thread titles?
I can't wait until it's on my iPad 2
Seems like a pretty good guess to me. I'd bet on that.
I think this is likely because so many iCloud features will depend on iOS 5 and Lion.
In other words: "Here's 1/5 of iCloud...have fun with it!"
So putting it out there today is not such a huge server-slamming rush for Apple. It won't be fully in-use yet.