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The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was the big tech story of the week, with the unveiling of iOS7, a new Mac Pro, new AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule devices, and a brand new Apple music product: iTunes Radio.
Yesterday was a big deal for Apple aficionados, as the company announced the eagerly-anticipated iPhone 5. Whether or not it is the holy grail of smartphones is yet to be seen, but if the buzz on Twitter during announcement day is any indication, it’s gonna make a big splash.
We love Twitter here at AllTwitter. We’d do a pretty poor job of writing about it all day if we didn’t. But it looks like we’re not among the majority when it comes to our obsession with 140 character soundbites – according to a new poll by ABC News and the Washington Post, American’s aren’t so fond of the microblogging network, giving it a thumbs-down when compared to other tech giants like Facebook, Apple and Google.
Twitter is going through quite a boom. In the past nine months alone, the company has seen more infrastructure growth than in its previous five years. And a lot of that action is happening on mobile.
It is common knowledge by now that Twitter is going to be deeply integrated into Apple’s forthcoming iOS 5 operating system. And it looks like Twitter thinks this will be a game changer: they’re holding two developers conferences outside of San Francisco to ensure that their developers are ready for their new playground.
As was anticipated, Steve Jobs took to the Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) today to announce Apple’s next generation of mobile operating system, iOS 5 – and that Twitter will be deeply integrated into the system. More details on just how deeply from the Twitter blog below.
He had been tickling the funny bone of Apple fanboys and haters alike. But now, it appears as thought the Steve Jobs parody Twitter account @CEOSteveJobs has been suspended by Twitter.
The Apple App Store created its official Twitter account yesterday, which will bring updates and deals exclusively to Twitter followers. In a move that indicates a growing relationship between Twitter and Apple, the company has expanded its Twitter presence.
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