Monthly Archive for June, 2010

New MobileMe Navigation

I really like the new MobileMe navigation. It’s accessible via a keyboard shortcut (Shift-Esc) and the “switcher” also adapts to the size of the window. Now, this is starting to get me really interested about this SproutCore thing.

iPhone 4 + WWDC2010

Coming here in Singapore in July and there’s no doubt we’re getting one each.

Things I like on the new device:

  • Retina Display — no more pixels
  • Better camera w/ LED flash — would really make it the best camera I’ll carry everyday
  • FaceTime
  • It’s thinner than the 3GS and a lot more compact
  • iOS 4 — I’ve been using it for a few days, and I really like the subtle improvements they’ve made in the OS. And once apps start supporting multi-tasking, everything will be a seamless experience.
There’s also news on the developer front:
  • a new version of Xcode — which from Twitter chatter seems to be quite an awesome release
  • Safari 5, now with Extensions — Apple’s really betting on HTML5 and the whole web stack (HTML, CSS, JS) with this release
Next year, I hope to be there for WWDC when the new iPhone is announced.