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On Monday 6th June 2011, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference(WWDC) will start. This is normally where apple unveils either some new software or new products. The highlight of the WWDC every year is the Keynote which some may consider as the show piece of the conference. Here is my preview of what I think we should expect to see at the keynote.
As we know, Steve jobs and his team of executives would be covering iOS5. This is the next major release of Apple’s operating system(OS) for their mobile devices. Now there are rumours that Apple are going to have some twitter integration in iOS5. There is already a twitter app for mac and IOS, making it somewhat pointless. I am sure that there are going to be some features that apple should have had in the iOS platform since iOS 1.1.4.
The second of the items to be covered for definite will be Mac OSX Lion (AKA OSX 10.7). We already know that it will have a screen for your apps that looks exactly like the home screen from iOS. This is called Launchpad. There is also resume which will allow you to shutdown your computer and pick up where you left off.
The third of the topics at the keynote will be Apple’s iCloud service. Not much is known about it.
The keynote for WWDC2011 will also be on 6th June 2011. I will have a roundup of the announcements right after the keynote. If I can, then come back here at 5.50PM(UK Time) on 6th June 2011 when I will have a live stream of the keynote available. Who knows, maybe Apple might be kind on us by doing their own live stream. They normally let people know at the last minute that they will do a live stream. However, we still don’t know if they will do it this year. Especially after their failure with one of their demos because of there being too many Wi-Fi hotspots, during WWDC last year. Either way, mark your calendars for 6th June 2011.
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Considering that most of use nowadays walk around with a lot of private information on our devices, it makes sense for us not only to protect the iphone with a passcode, but also to protect your Backup stored on your computer (hopefully a Mac) by ticking the Encrypt iPhone backup.
This is EXTREMELY easy to do, simply:
iPhone: Checking the option to encrypt your iPhone when backing up with iTunes will not only increase the security of that data, it will also make restoring more convenient by remembering your Encrypted Mobile Me and email passwords.
You should encrypt your backups, if not for security reasons, for a big convenience gain: encrypted backups will include your email and Mobile Me passwords so you never need to re-enter them after a restore. (emphasis added)
In case you don’t already know, you’ll find the checkbox option to encrypt the backup in the iTunes summary screen. Be sure you remember the encryption password!
This tip is also valid for your iPad or other Future iOS devices you will have.
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