Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote presentation is only hours away, and it looks like the specs for an updated Mac Pro have been leaked. If the specs prove to be true, this will mark the first revision for the pro-level Mac tower in almost two years.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, June 11 with a special keynote presentation, and The Mac Observer will be on location with live coverage. The event begins at 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM PDT), and Dave Hamilton will keep us entertained from the waiting lines in the hours leading up to the event.
Apple has begun hanging banners at the Moscone West Convention Center highlighting the unreleased iOS 6 as a topic at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The banners don’t come as a surprise, although they do confirm the public will get another glimpse into the next major revision to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch operating system.
Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, June 11 with a special keynote presentation, and The Mac Observer will be on location with live coverage. The rumor mill has been busy this year with promises of new product features across the Mac lineup, more information about OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6, and more.
Celebrate, ye 20 or 30 people who will actually buy one, for evidence is mounting that Apple will be introducing a new Mac Pro refresh next week at its World Wide Developer Conference! The company has run out of Mac Pro inventory at many Apple Stores, while online reports cite “reliable source” who said a Mac Pro refresh is coming.
With the start of Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference only days away, TMO readers are talking about what they expect and hope to see at this year’s annual event. Head over to the forums and let us know what you think will come out of the conference.
Apple has begun preparing the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco for next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference by hanging banners for the event stating, “Where great ideas go on to do great things.”
Apple will use its 2012 World Wide Developers Conference to extend the ecosystem lead the company enjoys over its competitors, according to a research note from Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes. The analyst told clients on Tuesday that a combination of new hardware and software enhancements will drive Mac and iOS device sales during the second half of calendar 2012.
Most of the pre-World Wide Dvelopers Conference (WWDC) attention has been focused on new hardware offerings from Apple, but Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu believes that software developments could be more important. He specifically cited a new Apple mapping service and photosharing features that have been rumored to be on the way.
As we’ve done in the past, The Mac Observer will be in San Francisco attending WWDC, and we’ll be conducting interviews with developers all week (Monday, June 11 thru Thursday, June 14). If you’ll be in town then we’d love to hear from you and possibly set something up. Just provide your details below and we’ll coordinate from there.
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