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iOS 6 Improves Call Handling

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iOS 6 now allows you to elegantly reject calls with a tool to the right of the standard slide to reply widget. You can now have your phone automatically remind you to call someone back either based on time or… Go To Full Article

Facebook Integration in iOS 6

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Facebook in iOS 6 is more heavily integrated. You can now like apps in the app store and see what your friends like. You can now update to Facebook (and Twitter) directly from the notifications menu. Shared contact information from… Go To Full Article

Siri in iOS 6

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Apple is going through its demo of Siri in iOS 6. Siri is getting significant updates, Apple is now demonstrating Siri's extensive knowledge of sports statistics. Player stats, league standings and results from games across basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball and… Go To Full Article

Apple WWDC 2012 Coverage

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The web is inundated with all things Apple today thanks to the WWDC 2012 event. We don't cover Apple events but, for those of you that are interested, I recommend Engadget for WWDC 2012 news, they seem to have the… Go To Full Article

Mountain Lion Power Nap: Connected Standby

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Mountain Lion now features connected standby via a feature Apple calls Power Nap. Even while sleeping your Mac will now fetch new emails, tweets, etc.. as well as download updates while it's plugged in. Power Nap is only supported on… Go To Full Article

Mountain Lion Safari Supports iCloud Tabs, Safari Tabs From all iOS and OS X Devices

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This is a very cool feature from the new version of Safari shipping with Mountain Lion. Clicking the new iCloud tabs button will give you a live listing of open Safari tabs on all iOS and OS X machines -… Go To Full Article

MacBook Pro with Retina Display Starts at $2199, Shipping Today

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Here's the default configuration for the MacBook Pro with Retina Display and it starts shipping today. Go To Full Article

The next-generation MacBook Pro: Ports

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Two Thunderbolt ports, HDMI out, MagSafe 2 (thinner), SD card reader, headphone out, and two USB 3.0 ports. Go To Full Article

Inside the next generation MacBook Pro

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Intel Core i7 (Ivy Bridge) Up to 768GB SSD Up to 16GB of RAM Up to 7 hours of battery life, 30 days of standby 802.11n (3x3:3) and… Go To Full Article

This is the next generation MacBook Pro

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Alongside updated Ivy Bridge MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, Apple is introducing a third member of its notebook lineup. This is the next generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display. It's priced at $2199 (8GB memory, 256GB SSD) and available… Go To Full Article

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