No Apple television, no iPhone 5, still there is Plenty of news to be shared from Apple's Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2012.
Addressing to company’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, Apple introduce number of Update and improvement in their Mobile, Desktop as well as Macbook Pro.
Most Highlight of the show was the introduction of iOS 6, which will available by this fall, as a free Update to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices. The new iOS includes support for FaceTime video calls over cellular networks (not just Wi-Fi) as well as the ability to post to Facebook directly from Notification Center, Siri and Facebook-enabled apps like Photos, Safari and Maps.
Apple also noted that Siri - voice activated Personal Assistant is available to iPad. The Language support for the Siri has been broadening to other language, including Spanish, Italian, Korean, Mandarin and Cantonese. Siri users can also ask the software to update their status on Facebook, post to Twitter or launch apps.
Originally available to Latest iPad , Apple’s high-resolution Retina display, will be available soon to new 38 centimeter MacBook Pro .The new MacBook Pro, weighing in at about two kilograms, is currently available starting at $2,200.
Company also updated the MacBook Air with processors, graphics and flash storage twice as fast as the previous version of the laptop. The entry-level 28-centimeter MacBook Air starts at $1,000.
Apple also shared that Apple will finally have a new maps app to take on Google Maps. (More than 90% of iPhone owners use Google’s service.) It will include a “flyover” 3-D feature, turn-by-turn navigation service employing Siri, and a traffic service with incident reports.
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