By Sean King, EnStarz | Jun 11, 2012 10:43 PM EDT
Apple's WWDC finally kicked off today at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. While the much hyped new line of Macbook Pro and Macbook Airs were revealed, there was no sign of the latest handset from Apple.
Now it is almost certain that the release date for the iPhone 5, which was personally designed by the late Steve Jobs, will be in early September. It might even feature a 3D camera.
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Apple revealed iOS 6 today, which is set to debut around the same time as the anticipated release date of the phone. Prototypes of the iPhone 5 have been leaked - which sport a bigger 4 inch display to its predecessor. It is expected to be the first iPhone to support 4G LTE and have liquidmetal casing throughout.
Apple's iOS 6 will come with new maps, NOT Google, and skyview - which will be very similar to Google Earth. They reckon their map service will change the way we see the world. It will also include Facebook integration - with the social media embedded into the iOS.
Meanwhile, back to the Macbook Pro/Air. The latest generation Macbook Pro will come with a cool retina display. But before getting excited - it will come with a huge price tag of $2199 for the 15 inch. The retina display is not offered in the 13 inch. The latest Macbook Pros will be 1/4 smaller than the previous models and only 0.7 inches thick. It is expected to be the lightest and most powerful computer produced by the company. The technology in the Macbook Pro is so advanced that experts say it will take at least a year for any competitors to catch up.
"Without doubt, it's the best computer we've ever built," said Phil Schiller.
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