The annual event Worldwide Developers Conference will begin today at San Francisco, with a presentation by the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook.
During the Apple WWDC 2012, Apple will provide the first details of iOS 6 and a possible launch of the new MacBook Pro range of devices.
During the weekend, some images have appeared on the Internet. These photos were of the interior of the building Moscone Center where there is an official poster of iOS 6. Thus, we can speculate with confidence that Tim Cook will launch the beta version of the new operating system tonight. iOS 6 could contain a new maps application that will eliminate Apple’s dependence on Google Maps, better integration of social network Facebook and a silver interface.
At the event, it will also present the platform for Mac Mountain Lion computers, a version announced by Apple in February of this year.
One of the most discussed topics in the specialized press about WWDC is about the launch of new models under the MacBook Pro lineup of devices. The laptops of 13 and 15 inches will arrive next week and probably benefit from its Ivy Bridge processor and a thinner design. Another interesting feature spoken of in the specialized press is the debut of Retina screen technology for the new laptops, which means higher resolution and greater clarity of the display.
In conclusion, it seems that a source within the company revealed plans about the launch of an operating system dedicated to Apple TV. The new platform could include personal assistant Siri and a redesigned interface.