According to the latest reports, the new generation of Apple MacBook Pros will be revealed next month at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
According to the latest tip from Korea news publication Maeil Business, Samsung will launch its S-Cloud service, meant to compete with Apple’s iCloud, in two weeks. That would coincide with the May 3rd media event for its upcoming Galaxy S III, which is said to be held in London.
Aside from the announced iOS apps that were showed off at the iPad 3 media event, Apple has also posted updates to a number of other iOS titles, mainly to introduce support for the Retina Display featured in the new tablet. In some cases, however, the company also added iTunes Match support, minor enhancements and bug fixes. Among the updated, but previously unannounced applications are iBooks, iTunes U, Remote, Find My Friends and Find My iPhone.
A massive bunch of OS X updates posted by Apple is crowned by Xcode 4.3.1 upgrading SDKs for OS X 10.7 Lion along with the newly launched iOS 5.1. Supporting the new code-signing workflow, the improved version enables developers to “sign” Mac-based applications with their Developer ID.