Apple's latest software iteration is arguably the biggest overhaul since Apple introduced the phone four years ago. Developers will gain access to more than 1,500 new APIs and users will get over 200 new features, Scott Forstall, VP of iOS engineering, told WWDC attendees Monday.
Here's just a few of the iOS updates unveiled:
Apple's iOS 5 will be released to all existing customers on the last two generations of Apple hardware this fall, perhaps coinciding with its next hardware release. (See AT&T LTE Plans Too Small for LTE iPhone?, AT&T's LTE Plans Provide Clue to iPhone 5 Launch and New Networks Hint at an iPhone 5 Timeline.)
[Ed. Note: Information pulled from WWDC live blogs from This Is My Next and TechCrunch.] — Sarah Reedy, Senior Reporter, Light Reading Mobile