Whether you're an iPhone fan or not, you're probably well aware iOS 7 was released yesterday. For all non-users, this basically means the phone's software was amped up a bit, which sounds like it'd be totally cool, but as soon as people could download it, Twitter exploded with complaints.
At WWDC, Apple's annual developers conference, head honcho Steve Jobs came and went in only two hours, but left the rapt audience of gadget geeks with the next full year of the company's plans, including the launches of iCloud, iOS5, and the new Mac OSX Lion...
It's the most wonderful time of the year - Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
The WWDC is a 4-day event in which Apple talks about its new products, upcoming software and, you know, just how amazing the company is.
We'll be keeping you updated before, during and after the event, which is set to kick off this Monday, June 6. Read on for the preview of this year's WWDC.