If you didn't have the opportunity to follow along with us on our liveblog of the opening keynote at WWDC 2012, fear not -- we've put all the juicy deets together into one place. There was a lot to cover today: Retina displays on next-generation MacBook Pros, refreshes for the rest of the MacBook lineup, a full helping of new features coming in OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6. Head on below to catch up on the latest news from the Moscone Center!
Also, don't forget to check out our full coverage of WWDC 2012 at our event hub!
MacBooks / OS X:
- Apple announces refreshed MacBook Air with Ivy Bridge processor, USB 3
- Apple unveils new MacBook Pro with Ivy Bridge
- Apple announces next-gen MacBook Pro with Retina display, ships today
- Retina display in a MacBook offers 220ppi with 2880 x 1800 resolution
- Next-generation MacBook Pro eyes-on
- Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, Aperture and more get Retina display support
- 26 million copies of Lion sold, 66 million Mac users
- Dictation coming to Mountain Lion
- Apple introduces Power Nap
- New features for Safari: unified search, multi-device syncing and more
- New AirPort Express with simultaneous dual-band WiFi
- Mountain Lion arrives next month, priced at $20
- 2012 MacBook Pros vs. 2011: what's changed?
- 2012 MacBook Airs vs. 2011: what's changed?
- Apple axes 17-inch MacBook Pro
- Apple unveils iOS 6
- 365 million iOS devices, 140 million iMessage users
- Siri updated with sports, Yelp, Rotten Tomatoes and local search
- Apple teases Eyes Free, Siri car integration
- Siri comes to new iPad
- iOS 6 offers Do Not Disturb feature
- Facebook integration added to iOS 6
- FaceTime goes cellular
- Apple announces Passbook, a one-stop shop for tickets and boarding passes
- Apple launches homegrown Maps on iOS 6
- New iPad Smart Cases cover both sides