WWDC 2012

Apple WWDC 2012 Keynote Round-Up

Apple WWDC 2012 Keynote Round-Up

Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference 2012 has started off with a bang with no less than a brand new MacBook Pro 2012 line with Retina display, iOS 6, and several secret updates to hardware now live in the Apple Store online. This event has released a whole wave of updates in the Apple universe and to help you keep them all straight, we've got a guide which lies here below. This guide will show you what you'll be getting on your current-wave hardware for software upgrades and will also inform you on what it will mean to upgrade to the newest hardware this summer!

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Apple AirPort Express updated with dual-band Wi-fi

Apple AirPort Express updated with dual-band Wi-fi

This week Apple has revealed several devices, like the AirPort Express that have been updated in stealth - that for Apple meaning that they weren't included with the keynote at the start of the day at WWDC 2012. This event has already revealed a new MacBook Pro range, iOS 6, and Apple's own Maps application, and now it's time to come back to the data connection with the AirPort Express for $99 today.

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iPad Smart Case revealed by Apple

iPad Smart Case revealed by Apple

An upgrade to the current Apple-made protection for the iPad has been revealed alongside the rest of the much bigger-ticket announcements at WWDC 2012. This case fits around the entire back of your iPad 3 or iPad 2 and will provide the smart cover fold-over you've grown to love as well. This case is made of polyurethane and will at first come in six different colors for $49.99.

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Mac Pro 2012 gets stealth refresh

Mac Pro 2012 gets stealth refresh

Today amongst the major amount of updates to both hardware and software in the Apple world during the first large keynote of WWDC 2012, it appears that a stealth update has occured to the Mac Pro. This tower has been updated for 2012, well overdue since the last version came out all the way back in 2010. This tower Mac will be upgraded with two six-core 3.06GHz Intel Xeon X5675 processors along with a few lesser bumps as well.

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Apple reveals new Maps app for iOS 6

Apple reveals new Maps app for iOS 6

The rumors were all true: Apple has created its own internal mapping system and replaced Google Maps in iOS 6. Apple says that all of the maps used by the new app has been created by the company internally, and that it’s trying to cover the whole globe with this effort. Apple say that over 100 million business listings are included with the Maps app, and users will be able to perform a local search to find the best match for their query.

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Passbook app revealed at WWDC 2012

Passbook app revealed at WWDC 2012

The iPhone will soon be getting a much easier way to keep track of all of your mobile-based passes, be then movie passes, airplane tickets, or Apple store receipts, with an app called Passbook. This application will work with brands such as Target, Major League Baseball, United Airlines, Amtrak, Starbucks, and Fandango for movie tickets right out of the box. Apple made the application seem very possibly game-changing (or not?) with the following: "Is Apple answering a question no one asked with this one? Possibly. Or this will change you life."

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iOS 6 adds Photo Stream sharing feature

iOS 6 adds Photo Stream sharing feature

Apple first introduced the Photo Stream feature when it debuted the iCloud and now with iOS 6, it's introducing the ability to share Photo Streams. Photo stream synchronizes your photos on all your devices and now you can share those Photo Streams with friends. When your friends see new streams pop up, they can view and comment on them.

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