While the Mac Pro did get a quiet lackluster update yesterday, the iMac wasn’t mentioned at all, leaving some eager updaters wondering why. New York Times technology consultant David Pogue may have an answer!
With all the huge announcements today by Apple at their Worldwide Developers Conference, understandably some announcements were a little underwhelming, but still important in their own right. Apple has released new Thunderbolt accessories and a MagSafe adapter for their line of Mac computers.
Apple has released a new Thunderbolt software update for all Thunderbolt-enabled Macs to ensure their new Thunderbolt adapters will work correctly.
Apple made a lot of waves today as they kicked oFf the 2012 World-Wide Developers Conference with a spectacular keynote, at which the company introduces a number of new products and innovations.
Apple has posted a video of the opening keynote of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference on its website. Since Apple did not broadcast the keynote live, this will be an excellent opportunity to view the exciting announcements from this morning’s keynote.
In addition to other refreshed products not mentioned at today’s WWDC keynote, Apple also launched a brand new AirPort Express, featuring simultaneous dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, as well as an all-new design.
Apple released a new iPad accessory today: the iPad Smart Case, which offers the exact same functionality as the current Smart Cover, but adds protection for the rear of the device as well as the front.
Apple has issued a number of updates following their WWDC keynote, including iTunes 10.6.3 with support for the new iOS 6 beta, as well as updates to Final Cut Pro, Motion, Aperture, and iPhoto.
While we’ll have to wait a while to get the new MacBook Pro with Retina display shipped to us, MacTrast contributor Nate Chiger has managed to grab us some nice footage of Apple’s fancy new MacBook!
The Apple Developer Center has been updated, adding the first iOS 6 beta, and OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4, as well as other betas and previews!
Apple just put on an incredible keynote for the 2012 World-Wide Developer Conference, uncovering and revealing all kinds of exciting new things for all of us! In this post, I’ll summarize the developments announced for the upcoming iOS 6.
Although Apple did not discuss the Mac Pro at today’s WWDC keynote, the company has quietly added new Mac Pro models to the Apple Online Store, featuring faster Intel Xeon processors, new ATI Radeon graphics, and more
WWDC has just finished, with new Macbook Airs and Pros being announced as well as a more in depth look at Mountain Lion and a brand new, ultra thin, Retina display Macbook Pro. All very exciting stuff, but possibly even more interesting are the latest figures that Apple produced to show their domination.
During this morning’s WWDC keynote, Apple just announced a new application called Passbook – a great new way to store and use all of your passes, tickets, reward cards, and more on your iPhone! Here’s your chance to slim down that wallet a bit!
We have busy lives, and just in case you missed the three last last WWDCs, here’s a full retrospective filling you in with what you might have missed and what was announced.
MacRumors has reported a “mystery banner” that is still covered outside the WWDC 2012 Keynote Hall in Moscone Center. I’m sure we’re all holding our collective breaths to see what will be revealed when the tarp comes down. We’ll be sure to report as soon as we find out.