wwdc 2012

What Apple Didn't Announce At WWDC -- And Why It Matters

Apple dropped a lot of shiny new products and some gorgeous software to drool over at yesterday’s action-packed WWDC keynote. Among them, a beautiful new retina display MacBook Pro, refreshed MacBook Airs, Mountain Lion OS X and iOS 6, along with a few other goodies that didn’t necessarily warrant an explicit mention. For the most part, we’re thrilled about what we saw.


TomTom Confirms Involvement With iOS 6 Maps

Following yesterday’s announcement of Apple’s new maps app in iOS 6, it came to light that at least part of the technology was powered by TomTom. Now, TomTom has confirmed its involvement.


The Old And New MacBook Pro Compared

Compare the size: the old MacBook Pro on the left versus the next-generation MacBook Pro on the right. The new laptop is much thinner than the old one. Have a look.


WWDC Smackdown: Who Apple Hit Hardest Today

Apple announced so much great new stuff today, and Tim Cook walked away looking too fine and fancy. But not everyone left in such good shape. Apple threw plenty of haymakers at its biggest competitors.


Apple's New Maps Are Powered By TomTom

Apple’s got a whole new in-house maps platform, kicking Google Maps to the kerb. Apple’s even doing all its own cartography. It’s just not doing all of the work itself. According to some screens that have turned up in the new Maps (which we’ve confirmed), TomTom is powering a large portion of the app.


Watch The WWDC 2012 Keynote In Full

Feel like reliving all of the Apple announcements from this morning? Well that’s good, because Apple has now posted the full video of today’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote to its website.


iOS 6 Vs Ice Cream Sandwich: The Ultimate Comparison

iOS 6 is on its way to an iPhone and iPad near you. But how does Apple’s latest and greatest compare to the latest and greatest out of the Android camp, aka Ice Cream Sandwich? Gladiators, step forth!


iOS 6: All The New Features Coming Soon To Your iPhone And iPad

Apple’s new iOS 6 comes loaded with new features, including new maps, Facebook integration and a new version of the voice-activated personal assistant Siri. It looks quite sweet. These will be the new features of your iPhone and iPad.


Apple Magsafe 2 Adaptor: Pay $12 To Stick One Magnet To Another Magnet

It’s somewhat understandable that Apple had to redesign the Magsafe adaptor, considering the engineering wizardry they pulled off with the new MacBook Pro. But to use an Apple display or older MacBook power adaptor to charge your new MacBook Pro/Air, you’ll need to put down $11.99 for this converter, which just seems like an accessory waiting to be lost. [Apple]


Breakfast Wrap: Best Of WWDC 2012

Well, that was something. Apple unloaded a heap of hardware and software at the WWDC keynote today. New supermodel MacBook Pros, software upgrades everywhere, so many peripherals and updates that some didn’t even get mentioned — it was all pretty overwhelming. Here are the most important bits from today’s deluge.


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