WWDC 2012 Keynote

Posted by brono1998 on June 11, 2012 at 11:10 PM

Monday June 11, 2012, the WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) 2012 Keynote took place with new MacBooks, new iOS, and OSX Mountain Lion. 

Starting off with the MacBooks, the Macbook Air now has the new Ivy Bridge Intel Core processors with the new Intel 4000 graphics, 2 USB 3.0 ports, and a Thunderbolt port.

The MacBook Pro now has 2 submodels, the MacBook Pro, and the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The regular MacBook Pro got the new Ivy Bridge processors as well, but this time with Turbo Boost to go from 2.7 ghz to 3.7 ghz, USB 3.0, a Facetime HD 720p camera as well as a few suttle changes. The MacBook Pro w/Retina Display has a Slimmer profile, eliminating the superdrive. And say good bye to the traditional Hard Drive on the MB Pro because now the The Macbook Pro with Retina Display has a Solid State Drive (SSD) considerably larger than that of the Air. It also has a bigger battery for 7 hours on WIFI. All the new MacBooks shiped as of June 11, 2012.

OSX Mountain Lion hasn't really changed accept for the part where it will now backup and update when put in Sleep Mode (SSD Memory only).

And iOS got some nice new features as well, such as a whole new Map application eliminating Google Maps, Siri on The New iPad, Facebook integration, the ability to share photo's from the Photo Stream, and a new wallpaper. Thank God we can finnaly get rid of the green water one.

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