A slew of announcements took the tech world by storm, and had critics and fans buzzing.
Apple showed love to its faithful MacBook Pro followers with long-awaited updates to the laptop computer.
The new line of MacBook Pros will boast the third-generation Ivy Bridge processors, as well as the new “retina display”—more than 3 million more pixels than a hi-def TV. It will also include a USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 support.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro line starts off at $1,199 to $1,499 for a 13-inch option, and $1,799 to $2,199 for a 15-inch option.
Apple is also planning an update to the relatively new MacBook Airs, with a processor update up to 3.2 GHz. Better graphics and USB 3.0 will also be part of the upgrade.
Mac OS X will also receive an update with Mountain Lion, which will offer 200 new features including more cloud services. Mountain Lion will be available in the App Store in July for $19.99
Mobile was not left out of WWDC, though. The latest iOS 6 features were also announced, and the mobile operating system gets over 200 news updates, including updates to Siri and the new Apple maps.