WWDC has caused many a ripple in the tech world with its new MacBook Pro 2012 all geared up with a new Retina Display, iOS 6 boasting 200 plus new features and Siri promising to be a better partner than before, and the line up just doesn’t end here.
First and foremost the new MacBook Pro with the Retina Display has the highest resolution in notebooks ever. No depreciation in visual quality even at slanting angles. 25% decrease in thickness brings it closer to MacBook Air and the upgraded hardware make it the best notebook in awesomeness. It can be pre-ordered now at $2,199.
Beta version of iOS 6 has been released to the developers while devices will start operating on it this fall. Google maps are among the sufferers as iOS 6 provides turn by turn navigation and real time traffic updates using Apple’s own maps that also have Siri integrated for commands.
Siri has some shiny new features to boast off too, it can open applications on command, will help you find a good restaurant and make a reservation while keeping you updated with sports scores. Wanna watch a movie? Siri will pull up reviews and ratings and if you still want to watch it, Siri will tell you whether it is in 3D and give you its show times.
iOS 6 brings Facebook to Apple. The integration will help users update status, share pictures and links, all from within their iOS applications.
Among other things to wow techies around the world is the new refreshed line up of MacBook Pro, without the Retina Display, going out at $1,199 for 13-inch and $1,799 for 15-inch. MacBook Air lineup is refreshed with 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors, i5 and i7. It also comes equipped with a USB 3.0 port.
Stay tuned for more updates and news as the WWDC 2012 unfolds throughout the week.
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