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4 years ago

Smart Banners in Safari for iOS 6 to offer quick shortcuts to app

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Smart Banners in Safari for iOS 6 to offer quick shortcuts to app

A new trick in Safari for iOS 6 announced at WWDC 2012 today was Smart Banners. These are clever little banners that slide down from the top of a screen and offer those browsing from an iOS device the ability to launch directly into an app or download it from the App Store.

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4 years ago

FaceTime over cellular enabled in iOS6, bringing unification to Apple ID and phone numbers

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FaceTime over cellular enabled in iOS6, bringing unification to Apple ID and phone numbers

We're still taking in the list of features to be found in iOS 6 but one major one announced at WWDC 2012 will surely please a lot of folks out there who use Facetime. Yes, Facetime over cellular is coming enabled in iOS 6 and that's not all.

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4 years ago

Facebook integration announced for iOS 6

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Facebook integration announced for iOS 6

As expected, Facebook integration was announced at WWDC today. It will include the ability to log-in through the settings menu, share to Facebook through apps like Safari, Maps, iTunes, Game Center, and lots of other native applications.

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4 years ago

Eyes Free to integrate Siri directly into your car

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Eyes Free to integrate Siri directly into your car

Eyes Free, just announced at WWDC 2012 will allow Siri to integrate directly into your car so you can keep your hands on the wheel. Apple has already partnered with several car manufacturers to bring Eyes Free to market.

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4 years ago

Apple OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will bring PowerNap updating feature

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Apple OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will bring PowerNap updating feature

Apple has now unveiled a new feature of Mac OS X Lion 10.8 at WWDC 2012. PowerNap is the name and it's certainly an interesting addition to the OS but it will only be making its way select devices such as the second-generation MacBook Air and Next Generation MacBook Pro. So what does it do?

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4 years ago

Siri in iOS 6 coming to iPad, to offer sports, movie, and restaurant data, able to launch apps

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Siri in iOS 6 coming to iPad, to offer sports, movie, and restaurant data, able to launch apps

iOS 6 was announced at WWDC today, including a new version of Siri with a heavy emphasis on sports, restaurants and movies. You can now ask for and receive tailored information about sports scores and stats on players.

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4 years ago

The new Safari unveiled at WWDC12

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The new Safari unveiled at WWDC12

Craig Federighi, Apple's SVP of Mac demonstrated the all new Safari during the WWDC12 keynote today in San Francisco.

Safari has always been intertwined in the Mac OS - but it brings even more functionality in Mountain Lion.

 

Safari Unified Search

Just type a few characters into the unified smart search field.  Mountain Lion Searches matches in both your bookmarks and browsing history.

If you were browsing on another device - there is a new feature called iCloud tabs - which lists all the pages you have open across all your other devices.

The beauty of this is that you can pick up browsing right where you left off.

 

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4 years ago

AirPlay mirroring officially comes to the Mac in OS X Mountain Lion

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AirPlay mirroring officially comes to the Mac in OS X Mountain Lion

Apple has officially announces at WWDC 2012 that AirPlay mirroring will be coming to the Mac in OS X Mountain Lion. Stream all your content straight from any Mac running OS X Mountain Lion right to your Apple TV wirelessly.

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4 years ago

Game Center for OSX to offer cross-platform gaming with iOS

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Game Center for OSX to offer cross-platform gaming with iOS

One little gem for gamers at WWDC today is a new Game Center for OSX that will allow players to play with friends on iOS when games are available on both platforms. Combined with pixel-for-pixel mirroring that was also announced for the new version of Mountain Lion, this is going to be pretty sweet. The WWDC demo showed CSR Racing playing on an iPad against a MacBook.

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4 years ago

Apple unveils upgraded MacBook Pro with Ivy Bridge CPU, Nvidia graphics

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Apple unveils upgraded MacBook Pro with Ivy Bridge CPU, Nvidia graphics

Apple has now taken the covers off their upgraded MacBook Pro 2012 line at WWDC and they're coming with plenty of internal upgrades that are sure to please the masses. No, you don't get a fancy new retina display on these updates but what you do get is Intel's Ivy Bridge processors along with Nvidia's new Kepler-based GeForce GT 650M graphics. All of which are shipping right now, today.

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4 years ago

OS X Mountain Lion to bring dictation to the Mac

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OS X Mountain Lion to bring dictation to the Mac

OS X Mountain Lion will now support dictation on the Mac just like it currently does in iOS on the new iPad.

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4 years ago

OSX Mountain Lion to host suite of new iOS-synced apps - WWDC 2012

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OSX Mountain Lion to host suite of new iOS-synced apps - WWDC 2012

Yet another big announcement from WWDC today is a whole bunch of new apps for OSX Mountain Lion that are synced over iCloud to their counterparts on iOS. They include Messages (with iMessage support), Reminders, Notes, and a new app called Documents to the Cloud. There's a developer SDK that will allow third parties to similarly tie their mobile apps to their desktop versions.

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4 years ago

15-inch next generation MacBook Pro will feature retina display

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15-inch next generation MacBook Pro will feature retina display

Apple has just made a huge update to their MacBook Pro line at WWDC 2012. The highlight is no doubt the new "next generation" 15-inch MacBook Pro that adds a killer retina display and ditches the optical drive to come in at an astounding .71 inches thin.

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4 years ago

Apple announces new MacBook Air at WWDC 2012

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Apple announces new MacBook Air at WWDC 2012

Apple has just announced updates to their MacBook lines at WWDC 2012. All generations including the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will receive updates, but here's what you can expect from the new MacBook Air.

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4 years ago

Tim Cook breaks down App Store by the numbers

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Tim Cook breaks down App Store by the numbers

Tim Cook kicked off WWDC by breaking down App Store by the numbers: 400 million customers across 120 countries (with another 32 on the way) have downloaded 30 billion apps, dished out $5 billion to developers, and is currently hosting 650,000 apps (225,000 for the iPad).

Be sure to catch our liveblog for more from the WWDC keynote!

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