Apple unleashed a mess of product news this week, yet a lot of them we knew about ahead of time. CNET breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly.
At WWDC this year, Apple announced updates to its operating systems, iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, as well as its new lineup of hardware.
Our roving photographer spotted banners for Apple's next-generation operating system being installed at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
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At its annual developers conference, Apple promises five days of details and insights on iOS and OS X Mountain Lion. Tickets sell out in just two hours.
Apple "discards legacy" with a new MacBook Pro that features a Retina Display, a quad-core processor, and up to 768GB of flash storage all bundled into a razor-thin 0.71-inch chassis, available in 13-inch and 15-inch models.
There are fewer upgradable laptops on the market these days thanks to their thin, "sealed" designs.
While Apple has introduced some amazing advancements, some of its design decisions might frustrate some users down the road.
Apple, of course, has to justify the $2,200 starting price for a computer. So, it's offering plenty reasons to get a Retina MacBook Pro.
David Pogue of the New York Times says an Apple exec has assured him that new models, with new designs, are in the works, "probably" to be released in 2013.