Apple’s WWDC 2011: software only

The past years Apple traditionally used its World Wide Developers Conference to introduce new hardware, specifically a new version of iPhone recently. 😉 This years WWDC was different, but not less exciting (even if you think that Apple is evil who is only after world domination by uhhh <Apple fanboy alert> creating uber user-friendly devices and software! 😉 ).

Steve Jobs was on stage doing his keynote speech (aka. ‘Stevenote‘, watch it here!) and by now the whole world knows about Mac OS X Lion, iOS5 and iCloud (seriously, how *important* can this really be? It is *everywhere* on the web, as if there is no real news! 😉 )

Anyway, since the info is all over the web, I’ll spare you the details (everything can be found in the links above and below!). The only thing I want to say is that Apple did it once again!! With OS X Lion, iOS5 and iCloud they set another big step forward into usage simplification of ‘that-damn-complex-thing-called-computer’, allowing people to focus on tasks that matter to them instead of getting distracted by ‘what action do I need to perform now so that my computer does its thing’! 😉