UpdatedA big chunk of Steve Jobs’ WWDC 2008 keynote yesterday was given over to the enterprise features of the iPhone 2.0 firmware - posing a direct challenge to smartphone makers like RIM, the company behind the business-focused Blackberry
Ever since Apple launched the iPod touch last September, it’s been overshadowed by the flashier, whizzier iPhone. It’s almost as if Apple doesn’t really know what to do with it. The truth couldn’t be more different
UpdatedTechradar has been looking extensively at the approaching keynote from a certain Mr Jobs, and although it might be a dangerous practice usually, we’ll go as far as saying there will be an announcement regarding the next-gen iPhone.