January 9, 2007: Announcement of iPhone at MacWorld
June 29, 2007: iPhone Ships with iPhone OS 1 and Web Apps
March 6, 2008: Release of iPhone OS SDK
July 10, 2008: iPhone OS 2.0, App Store (500 apps)
January 27, 2010: iPad Announcement
April 3, 2010: iPad Ships with iPhone OS 3.2
June 21, 2010: iPhone OS 3.2 succeeded by iOS4
Some basic choices to make when you start thinking about an app. This is not an exhaustive list -- new things are happening every day.
- Life Cycle Maintenance & Support
- Repeating/As Needed
- Code & Frameworks
- Web App
- Responsiveness & Adaptivity
- Embedded Data
- Product Context
- Operational Context
- Scalable Data
- Business Model
- In-app Purchases
- Subscriptions (SAAS)
Jesse and Joe talk about cyber continuity which combines cyber security, contingency planning and maintaining your cyber world because it doesn't matter who or why or what is responsible if you can't do what you want to do.
Ponemon/IBM - $3.8 - 4 million
$375 - $575 billion / year
US News and World Report article here.