En 9 to 5 Mac se hacen eco de un artículo en Computer World:

  • Mac App Store opens for business
  • Apple introduces the iPad 2.0 — faster, thinner, new cameras, shipping «by April».
  • Apple reports Q1 results — confirm huge Mac sales growth, stellar iPad sales and extremely strong iPhone statistics.
  • iWork 11 makes App Store debut.
  • News Corp. ships ‘The Daily’ magazine
  • Aperture upgraded
  • First million apps downloaded from Mac App Store, iWork and a variety of free gaming apps see huge success. iAds spring partners unveiled, though Apple skips discussion of revenue.
  • iTunes update brings TV show streaming and subscription services. Cable company shares take a dive.
  • iPhone hits Verizon
  • White iPhone ships, but supplies deeply constrained
  • iBookstore update brings the Web to books
  • iBookstore/iTunes Extra title creation tool revealed, will this be part of future iLife suite?
  • Apple upgrades MacBook Pro range, some models lose optical drives and gain SSD as standard. «We said this is where mobile computing is going, we still believe this,» says Jobs.
  • Apple reports Q2 results
  • iPad 2.0 hits retail for the first time, over a million sold on day one.
  • Final Cut Studio upgrade is 64-bit and integrates powerful iAd and virtual environment creation features.
  • iMac update now ships with Magic Trackpad as standard.
  • iPad 2.0 achieves six million sales in first two months.
  • Logic Studio upgrade ships, now offers additional features for live performance mixing, including automated level controls for live desk recording.
  • Steve Jobs keynotes WWDC
  • iPhone 5 debuts at WWDC
  • WWDC sees beta release of OS X Lion to developers.
  • Safari 6 offers improved Flash support — Flash now an optional extra.
  • OpenJDK Project announces first fully-tested public beta of Java for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard systems.
  • iOS 5 offers plethora of features, including new mapping and location-sensing tools. Apple focuses its pitch on easy-to-use and understand privacy controls for location and usage information.
  • iPhone 5, iPad 2.0 reaches new countries
  • Apple reports Q3 results
  • Apple desktop products upgraded, now ship with Magic Trackpad as standard. Mac Pro now boasts LightPeak connectivity.
  • Apple hosts special music event, introduces new products which ship in September (see below).
  • Apple introduces Android emulator for iPhone, «There’s some good apps on Android, now iPhone users can run them on their iPhone, unless they use Flash,» says Jobs.
  • Hell freezes over, iTunes app lets Android users purchase music from their favorite music store.
  • iTunes 11 ships, offers cloud-based music locker service. «We’ve been working on this for a while,» admits Steve Jobs as he introduces the service.
  • New iPod touch ships, chassis is more like the iPhone 4, capacity increased.
  • iPod nano replaced by iPhone nano, worn like a watch and equipped with an A4 processor and the capacity for voice calls, this smaller cheaper iPhone is feature-limited but lets you Tweet, Facebook and email on the move.
  • iPod classic gets speed bump.
  • Apple TV gains latest (A5?) processor.
  • Mac OS X ‘Lion’ ships
  • iOS 5.1 debuts, extends iOS/OS X integration.
  • iLife 12 appears, equipped with additional ‘cloud’-based features this is the first version of iLife to be made available exclusively via the App Store.
  • Apple reports Q4 results.
  • iOS 5.2 upgrade ships
  • App Store downloads now reach 5 billion
  • Mac App Store downloads reach 100 million
  • Apple confirms 5 million iPhone nano sales, cuts price for Christmas market.