Despite the lamentable changes in the laptop line, WWDC brought excitement to the scene with great announcements about Snow Leopard, iPhone OS 3.0 and a the new, faster iPhone 3GS. In all the rush of news and disappointments, it would be easy to forget that Safari 4, Apple’s latest version of their svelte web browser emerged from beta to greet eager downloaders last evening.
Sporting a re-designed interface and a new nomenclature, the new Safari crams 150 new features under its digital bonnet. Among these are speed and accessibility upgrades as well as a re-vamped bookmarking system and user interface. Security too has been battened down to protect users from the ever more adventurous malware coders. Take a look at the entire list innovations. I’ll be downloading now.
Other WWDC coverage:
Apple’s Troubled Laptop Line – WWDC Sealed the fate of the 15 inch MacBook Pro
WWDC’s Keynote Speech is over – What Do You Think of OS 3.0 and the iPhone 3GS?
Apple’s 2009 WWDC – Rundown of the Big Event (iPhone OS 3.0 – New iPhone 3GS)
Thoughts on WWDC – Why Apple Have to Make 2009 Count
Apple 2009 WWDC – 2nd Time is a Charm?