Most of us will be familiar with iOS 6 by now, but it was first shown off 12 months ago with a raft of updates under the hood, plus some more front facing ones. One such item was the replacement of Google Maps with Apple's own Maps app. What happened afterwards is a story for another day, but it was nevertheless a bold step from Apple.
WWDC 2012 also brought us OS X 10.8, OS X Mountain Lion, which built upon Lion and added such new features as the iMessage compatible Messages app, a reminder app that syncs with your iOS device, Notification Center, and much more.
Hardware wise, the talk of the show was the new MacBook Pro with the 15-inch Retina Display. At launch, this was unlike any other laptop display ever made, and 12 months on is still up there with the very best.
WWDC 2012 keynote video
Georgia and Rene discuss Apple's WWDC keynote, Microsoft's Surface presentation, and then go over the skills needed for successful, stress-free public speaking. This is ZEN and TECH!
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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