WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

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WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

As Today’s Apple WWDC event went off, Apple has made a public stream of the entire event available for those who missed it live.

As expected and highly rumored, Apple introduced a new line up of the next generation MacBook Pro, packed with a new Retina Display at 220 PPI, Apple has surprised everybody by delivering an incredibly thin device while also bringing in cutting-edge hardware.

Apple has also Unveiled the latest release of OS X Mountain Lion which comes next month, introducing new features such as a deep integration with Facebook that becomes the second social network after twitter to get a system-wide integration.

Apple has also unveiled the next iteration of their popular mobile system iOS 6, in which they introduced over 200 new features. A new in-house made 3D Maps that been built from the ground-up and the sky-down, complete with a turn-by-turn navigation and directly integrated with Siri. a 3D special feature for some locations called flyover in which you can virtually visit some landmarks as if you are looking from an airplane. Siri has got a bunch of cool improvements including the ability to open apps, tweet into twitter directly and supports for a wide range of new languages.

iOS 6 also bring some improvments to the lock screen and bring a new native app from Apple called Passbook in which you keep a repository of all kind of your passes.
Watch WWDC ‘12 keynote here

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