Apple's new MacBook Pro with Retina display is a beauty to be behold, if you can afford one, but it's not for everyone. With a weight of 4.46 pounds and a large 15-inch screen, it's not exactly portable. It's believed that Apple will sell a smaller 13-inch Retina MBP later this year.
Apple loves Siri, and is expanding it with more functionality and even adding it to the new iPad with iOS 6. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently spoke up on Siri's intelligence, praising it as the way of the future, but also expressing his discontent with how Apple implemented it
Without a doubt, the MacBook Pro with Retina display and iOS 6 were the high points of WWDC, but Apple also made a few announcements that it didn't deem were worthy of stage time. Here's six things you most likely missed if you were only following Apple's major keynote announcements.
iOS 6 is official. Not that we didn't already know about it. Apple's mobile OS is finally growing into its own shoes and the next software update hits Google where it hurts with the swapping of Google Maps for the company's own 3D mapping software, Facebook integration and new smarter Siri.
Apple almost never disappoints when it announces new Macs and this time around it's no different. At its Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple revealed updated Macs across the board, but the show-stopper is the new, shinier, beefier and thinner MacBook Pro. Meet it and the new Macs after the jump.
Steve Jobs may have left the building, but his love of patents remains with Apple. The company recently patented its MacBook Air wedge design, making it nearly impossible for competitors to be just that: competitors, at least in the field of ultra-thin notebooks.
Just as the inevitable presidential candidate gaffes promise to make this summer a paradise for late night comics ("Amercia"? Classic!), the pending triangular smartphone battle between Google, Apple and Samsung is making tech reporters cackle with delight.
Bummed by last year's iPhone 4S spec bump? Blackpool Creative took the handful of leaked "iPhone 5" parts and created a 3D render of what Apple might launch later this year. Here's a sneak peak at what an iPhone with a 4-inch display would look like.
Consumers were left scratching their heads when Apple announced the new iPad would not have Siri. It made no sense considering the iPad has beefier specs than the iPhone 4S. Apparently, Apple's holding out on us to bring Siri to the new iPad alongside the next version of iOS.
There have been plenty of rumors and leaks in regard to Apple's next iPhone, but what about iOS 6? With WWDC in a little over a week, iOS 6 leaks are just dripping out of the faucet. Facebook will finally join Twitter as a system-wide feature in iOS 6.