The Macworld aka iWorld for 2012 has just started off this morning in San Francisco with the newest opening of the expo show floor. And for numerous years, Macworld was a major player in the trade show for Apple in announcing newer products. This venue was the releasing ground for the iPhone way back in 2007.
Though ever since Apple stopped being a part of this expo, the show has been continuing to be the focus of other 3rd party companies. And this year, the show has been renamed to Macworld | iWorld which reflects on the importance that has increased within iOS and the ecosystem of Apple.
Impending and Realmac Software had used Macworld | iWorld in releasing their newest to do app for the iPhone. And Impending is also showcasing a studio that is very new which was formed by Phill Ryu and also David Lanham. MacHeist is the work which is best known for Ryu, which they have been partners of MacRumors in the previous past.
This new app is called Clear and it’s a minimalist in taking on the to do list / manager applications, which focuses mainly on the very simple gestures to be managing all of the elements on the list below:
This new application has not yet been released though it will be coming in the next couple of weeks. It will be a completely free download for the basic app and in-app buys for themes of colors and also the additional ability to have multiple to do lists.
WDC MyBook Thunderbolt Duo
And at least one of the newest Thunderbolt products has been revealed. It has been revealed by Western Digital that they will be releasing their MyBook Thunderbolt Duo drive system at iWorld. The newest drives will be assumingly alot like the existing MyBook product lineup. The prices and availability details have not yet been released.
MacRumors will have more news from Macworld | iWorld over the next upcoming days