Apple Unveils New Software, Next Generation MacBooks [UPDATE]

Today Apple rolled out its new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air machines and announced the improvements and innovations included in iOS 6 at the company’s annual software developers convention in San Francisco. The new software is expected to include a mapping program that will compete with the Google software that’s currently a staple on iPhones. The new, thinner MacBook will start at $1,199 and will include a new Intel Corp. processor. The company also announced that there are 400 million accounts for the Apple App Store and that 30 billion apps have been downloaded. [Wall Street Journal]

UPDATE: Siri will know the score of the game and be able to provide the latest stats, make dinner reservations, provide movie times, and launch apps. [PC]

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