What’s New? Apple iOS 6 and OS X (Mountain Lion) Preview Sites Now Online
There is a massive amount of coverage of today’s Apple World Wide Developers Conference keynote presentation online. We’ve rounded several reports below.
One of the highlights of the event was a preview of iOS 6 that’s set for release this Fall.
In the past hour, Apple has released a preview site for you to get a look at some of the major features from the release.
You can access the preview site here.
Top 4 New Features
- Apple Leaves Google Behind, Launches Its Own Mapping Service (with Turn-by-Turn Directions)
- Safari Reading List Available for Offline Access
- FaceTime Available at All Times (Right Now Only Available via Wi-Fi)
- Facebook Integration
A preview of OS X (Mountain Lion) is also available. It’s scheduled for release next month.
- Multiple Stories: WWDC Keynote Roundup (via Engadget)
- Everything Apple Announced Today At WWDC 2012 [Round-Up] (via Cult of Mac)
- Apple announces new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lineup (via BGR)
- Video: Apple updates the Macbook Pro (CNET)
- Key iOS 6 Features (via Business Insider)
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