Welcome to the ninety-third episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss leaked information regarding the “iPhone 5’s” dock connector, Microsoft’s new Surface Tablet, the Xbox 720 and more.
Welcome to the ninety-second episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss iOS 6, Apple’s new Retina MacBook Pro, the Jailbreak exploit that was patched, OS X Mountain Lion and more.
The above video is my unboxing of the latest mid-2012 MacBook Pro equipped with a Retina Display. Announced at this year’s World Wide Developers Conference, the new MacBook Pro sports a complete redesign and overhaul – offering an incredibly thin form factor.
Today, Apple held their annual World Wide Developers Conference (live coverage and updates from the event can be found here). Aside from announcing iOS 6, revealing minor upgrades to the MacBook Air and a completely redesigned MacBook Pro, Apple also announced new features for OS X Mountain Lion.
With this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) currently underway, the excitement amongst Apple fanatics couldn’t be higher. The event commenced at 10am PT (1pm ET) with an opening keynote presentation – we’re currently LIVE with complete coverage!
As illustrated by the image above, Apple is starting to prepare Moscone Center with familiar looking banners prior to this year’s annual World Wide Developers Conference. The tagline for the semi-obsured “WWDC2012″ banner reads, “Where great ideas go on to do great things”.
A new photo posted on WeiPhone (a Chinese forum) is allegedly an image of the specifications sticker for the upcoming 2012 refresh of the 13.3″ MacBook Pro. The image reveals potential minor upgrades of a plausible nature. According to the specifications, the only notable revisions over the previous model will be the addition of Intel’s new 2.5GHz Ivy Bridge processor …
Siri, the iPhone 4S-exclusive personal assistant the world has come to know and love over the past eight months, might become much less exclusive in the forceable future. According to a report from 9to5Mac, iOS 6 may add Siri functionality to one of Apple’s best selling iOS-based devices: the iPad.