Eager customers are starting to receive their new MacBook Pro with Retina Display models (we know because we’re looking at one right now!) as WWDC 2012 moves over the mid-week hump. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of other stuff going on in tech that you might have missed, so read on for the latest news for this Wednesday, June 13, 2012.
Refreshed MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models aren’t exciting enough for you? Then how about sinking your teeth into the slim new “next generation” MacBook Pro with Retina Display unveiled at WWDC 2012 today?
Following up the MacBook Air refresh, senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller leapt straight into the MacBook Pro line, including a new “next generation” model that mostly matches the rumors we’ve been hearing lately.
Well, this is, folks -- the last weekday before Moscone West blows up with Apple goodness on Monday, June 11 at 10am PST. You can count on MacLife.com to bring you all the latest, grooviest news as it flies out of San Francisco and makes its way across the internet, but in the meantime check out that nifty iOS 6 banner getting hung today. Then click on and read all about it and the rest of the news for Friday, June 8, 2012!
Seems like everyone has some big game or app news today, so with today being a rather slow news day anyway, today’s recap is all about apps and games -- but we couldn’t help but slip one app-related news story into the mix that should make Instagram fans chuckle. Can you spot it among the rest of the day’s news for Thursday, April 19, 2012?
You know the big news of the week was the new iPad. It's almost like there was no oxygen left in the room for any other article under discussion, but we found a few to tease you with before we get to the goods. Don't worry, they're still great stories, but in case you missed the latest iPad day, we have quite the round up for you.
Following a whirlwind of announcements about the “new” Retina Display-equipped iPad, Apple’s Phil Schiller confirmed several rumors about the fate of the existing iPad 2 -- which gets a new lease on life with a $100 drop in price.
What good is a new Retina Display iPad without a bunch of Apple-created apps to go with it? To that end, the folks in Cupertino have offered up a host of updates to the current iWork, iMovie and GarageBand apps as well as porting yet another member of the iLife family to the tablet fold with iPhoto.