Apple’s WWDC 2012 kicks off in San Francisco

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference kicked off today at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, where CEO Tim Cook delivered the opening keynote address.  As usual when it comes to Apple,  things are almost never pre-annouced so rumours were running rampant. One thing is for sure: we’re in-store for one great opening as there are telltale signs of  some new product rollouts as Apple’s online store  is hanging a sign on the front page saying, ”We’ll be back”.

New MacBook Air models feature new Ivy Bridge processors, up to 2GHz dual-core i7, up to 8GB Ram and 60% faster graphics. You’ll be able to have up to 512GB flash storage. Overall up to 2x faster than the current  models.  The new MacBook Air will also have 2 USB 3.0 ports for faster transfer as well as a 720p HD FaceTime camera and up to 5 hours of battery life.  READ FULL ARTICLE AT TROY MEDIA

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