Weekly Wrap: WWDC, iCloud, iOS 5, Lion, fast iMacs, and much more
By Lex Friedman, Macworld
We started the Weekly Wrap a few weeks ago, to help you catch up on Macworld stories you may have missed. But if you missed the big stories this past week, you might want to see your doctor; this was the week of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple’s annual event wherein it makes all sorts of exciting tech announcements. Missing our big stories the week of WWDC is like a football fan forgetting about the Super Bowl, or an American accidentally forgetting not to watch soccer. You’re here now, though, so let’s get started.
And, of course, WWDC gave Apple
another opportunity to dish on Lion, the next iteration of the Mac OS. It’s only going to cost you thirty bucks, and it’s going to be available via the Mac App Store. What’s next, a $500 iPad?
Now, we’ll spend the weekend nursing our WWDC hangovers and wishing Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud were all officially released already. And we’ll toast you, dear reader, too: You took the time to catch up with the Weekly Wrap, and we really appreciate the effort.