“Apple gave us a better glimpse inside its software soul during its WWDC keynote yesterday, with company CEO, Steve Jobs taking the stage to introduce iCloud, Lion and iOS 5, the three hearts of the Cupertino tech giant,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “I’ve gathered some reactions to Apple’s announcements.”
Evans reports, “Rich Siegel, founder and CEO of Bare Bones Software told me, ‘The amount of user-facing work that’s going into Mac OS X 10.7 and iOS 5 is truly impressive, especially as it reflects an enormous amount of work under the hood.'”
“What is important is that all Apple’s moves yesterday portray a company applying all of its might to stake the biggest space in the Post-PC age,” Evans writes. “From dropping the word Mac from Mac OS X to the implementation of iPad-like gestures within the Lion OS, Apple is preparing for a different and reinvented PC market.”
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