The iPhone 4 was by far the biggest news coming out of Apple’s annual WWDC conference, but the company also unveiled several new features for its popular iPad tablet.
In addition to an accelerated international roll-out, Apple is also updating its iBooks e-reading software to add notes and dog-ear features. Enterprise Mobile Today has the details from the show.
SAN FRANCISCO — The iPhone 4 dominated most of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote at his company’s Worldwide Developer Conference, but there was some iPad news as well.
Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) CEO has often referred to the iPad as “magical.” In his keynote Jobs said he received an e-mail from someone who said he had been sitting in a café and the iPad caught the attention of a girl in the place. “So there’s proof,” Jobs told a laughing audience during his keynote.