Japan’s biggest mobile carrier may finally start selling the iPhone, Apple’s getting ready to push out a new Safari feature, and even Steve Jobs got butterflies in his stomach. The remainders for Thursday, September 5, 2013 are ready for the final countdown.
Japan’s largest carrier DoCoMo & Apple reportedly agree to iPhone partnership, sales start this fall (9to5Mac)
Apple’s been after Japan’s DoCoMo for a while now, and it looks like the two may have finally come to an agreement about the iPhone. That agreement: It sure is a nifty phone! (What, you wanted something on DoCoMo carrying the iPhone? Have you learned nothing?)
Safari Push Notifications (Apple)
Apple wants Web developers to be ready for Safari Push Notifications when they debut in OS X Mavericks this fall, so the company sent out an email. Hey, you know what would have been the perfect way to notify them?
Watch Steve Jobs Prep for His First TV Interview (Mental Floss)
Everybody gets nervous right before stressful events—look at Steve Jobs prior to his first television interview in 1978. The late Apple co-founder explains that he is “deathly ill and bound to throw up at any moment.” Man. It’s a good thing he never had to, you know, get up in front of thousands of people …