OS X Mountain Lion To Hit Mac App Store On July 19 [Rumor]

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You won't be able to purchase Mountain Lion if your Mac can't handle it.
It could be less than a month before OS X Mountain Lion hits the Mac App Store.

Apple confirmed at its Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month that its next major update to Mac OS X, dubbed Mountain Lion, would be released to the public sometime during July. The Cupertino company is yet to make that release date more specific, but according to one report, we can expect Mountain Lion to pop up in the Mac App Store on July 19.

WWDC 2012 Session Videos Are Now Available To Developers

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Watch all 113 WWDC 2012 session videos online now.
Watch all 113 WWDC 2012 session videos online now.

With all tickets for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference sold in a matter of hours, there’s a good chance the vast majority of you didn’t get to attend. However, if you’re a register developer, you can now access each and every WWDC 2012 session video — all 113 of them — online.

Hackers Are Making Progress On iOS 6 Jailbreak Before Apple Even Releases A Beta

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Hackers are one step ahead of Apple when it comes to iOS 6.
Hackers are one step ahead of Apple when it comes to iOS 6.

Apple is expected to give us a sneak peek at iOS 6 during its Worldwide Developers Conference this June, and after its announcement, the company is likely to issue the first beta to registered developers. Until then, no one knows what iOS 6 will have in store for us, but that isn’t preventing hackers from making progress on its jailbreak.

They haven’t even released the untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 yet — though it’s expected to go live very shortly — and already Pod2g and his team “have a part” of the jailbreak for Apple’s next-generation iOS operating system.

OS X Lion Could Be Killed Off Early As Apple Prepares Staff For Mountain Lion [Rumor]

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You won't be able to purchase Mountain Lion if your Mac can't handle it.
Could OS X Mountain Lion make its debut at this year's WWDC?

Apple could be preparing to kill off OS X Lion early in favor of its predecessor, Mountain Lion, according to the company’s AppleCare training schedule. One source claims that the Cupertino company is already recruiting and training staff for the new release, which could get its debut in June, weeks earlier than expected.

Apple Cancels WWDC Orders For Developers Who Purchased More Than One Ticket

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Apple has taken drastic measure to stop WWDC ticket touts this year. Has your order been cancelled?
Apple has taken drastic measure to stop WWDC ticket touts this year. Has your order been cancelled?

Apple has emailed a number of developers who scrambled to purchase tickets for its Worldwide Developers Conference this June to tell them that their order has been cancelled. Anyone who purchased more than one $1,600 ticket on their credit card is likely to find that their order is “not eligible,” but a phone call to the Cupertino company could rectify the issue.

Can’t Afford A Ticket To WWDC 2012? Win One Of 150 Scholarships Instead

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Can't afford a ticket to WWDC? Win a scholarship instead.
Can't afford a ticket to WWDC? Win a scholarship instead.

At $1600 bucks each, WWDC tickets don’t come cheap, and that ticket shock can be especially acute if you’re a student, slaving away on the app you hope will make your fortune between classes and barista shifts.

Apple’s sympathetic. That’s why they are again offering 150 student scholarships to full-time or part-time students who want to go to WWDC.

Apple Announces WWDC 2012 Will Kick Off On June 11

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Get ready for a sneak peek at iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion from June 11.
Get ready for a sneak peek at iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion on June 11.

Apple has announced this morning that this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off on June 11 at San Francisco’s Moscone West (just as we expected). The five-day event will run until June 15 and will share the latest news about Apple’s iOS and OS X Mountain Lion operating systems.

iPhone 5 Will Get Traditional June Unveiling At WWDC 2012 [Report]

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Apple broke from its traditional June unveiling for the iPhone 4S, choosing instead to launch the device at a dedicated “Let’s talk iPhone” event in October. But we may not have to wait until October of this year to see the iPhone 5.

According to one analyst, the sixth-generation device will get back its traditional June announcement at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in 2012.