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New Apple iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion, iCloud [Videos]

Apple has revealed the next generation iOS 5 software, Mac OS X Lion, iCloud cloud services which will be released soon for public use and will change the way you use Macs, iPads, iPod Touch and iPhones!

Apple iOS 5

The iOS 5 release includes over 200 new features for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. New features include Notification Center (easily view and manage notifications), iMessage (new messaging service) and Newsstand (a new way to purchase and organize your newspaper and magazine subscriptions). Now iOS 5 users can activate and their iOS device right out of the box with no computer required.

Mac OS X Lion

The Mac OS X Lion again claims to be the world’s most advanced desktop operating system. It features new Multi-Touch gestures; Full screen apps; Mission Control (view everything running on Mac); Mac App Store (now right into the OS); and Launchpad (a new home for all apps).

Apple iCloud

iCloud is a new free cloud service that works seamlessly with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or PC and automatically wirelessly stores and syncs your content in iCloud and with all your devices.

Catch all the action live at the Apple WWDC conference, where Steve Jobs introduces you to iOS 5, OSX Lion and iCloud. Sit back and be there.


  1. Game says:

    I’m new to Mac after buying a second hand 2010 macbook pro. I love it, but I am REALLY looking forward to one button full screen apps / image / program. It’s the thing I miss most from my PC.

    I agree there are times when multi-tasking means you want several things open, and I love being able to zoom in with the Mac, but just being able to focus on the one job in hand is really important to me.

  2. Len says:

    Can one purchase a new MacBook Pro or MacBook Air and set it up to operate on OS X and OS 5? I need to upgrade my PowerBooK G-4, but I really like some the mobile applications available to iPhone and iPad owners. Is it possible to purchase one, and get the benefits of both operating systems?

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