New MacBooks to debut at WWDC?


Apple's next generation of MacBook Pros will be unveiled at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a new report.

Adding to claims made by 9to5mac earlier today, Bloomberg now says Apple will take the wraps off thinner Mac notebooks that feature Retina Displays and Flash memory at its developer-centric show next month.

Citing multiple unnamed sources, Bloomberg says the new MacBook Pros will be less than 0.95 inch (24mm) thick and sport Intel's third-generation Core series chips, code-named Ivy Bridge.

The report is the latest to suggest Apple is on the verge of updating its Mac portable line with a thinner design. Earlier today Apple blog 9to5mac said Apple was "putting the finishing touches" on a revamped version of its 15-inch MacBook Pro with a higher-resolution display and USB 3.0, all with the removal of the optical drive to shrink it down in size. Bloomberg's report makes no such mention of that feature disappearing.

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Thinner Apple MacBook Pro With Retina Display Coming


Right now would not be the best time to buy a new MacBook Pro from Apple.
Why? Because it most certainly looks like a new version is on the way.
Apple has been rumored for quite a while to be trimming down its 15-inch MacBook Pro, and a few new details give us an idea about what the new laptop might look like. 9to5Mac has heard from its own sources in Apple’s supply chain that the new laptop will have a “jaw-dropping” Retina Display, USB 3.0, and a thinner build. Think some place in between the current MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
“Instead, the new 15-inch MacBook Pro is described as being an ultra-thin version of the current MacBook Pro. Basically, the prototype design is a thinner, yet more robust, version of the late-2008 design,” 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman reports. Gurman says the laptop will be thinner because it will no longer have a CD / DVD drive. It will keep the unibody aluminum case that the current MacBook Pros and the MacBook Air have.

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Apple iCloud Refresh a Sure Thing at WWDC


The Apple iPhone 5 isn't likely to put in an appearance at the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), planned for June 11. What Apple instead plans to show off is an update to iCloud, the Wall Street Journal reported May 14.
iCloud users can today store sets of images in the cloud, which can be synched to photos on various Apple devices. The next version of iCloud, reports the Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, will allow users to share sets of photos with other iCloud users, who will be able to comment on them—Apple with a touch of Facebook, it would seem.

The report adds that Apple is additionally working on a feature that will allow users to sync videos via iCloud, as well as "Notes" and "Reminders"—two features that currently must be accessed by launching apps.

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Apple Planning iCloud Upgrade for WWDC


Apple's iCloud service is about to get an upgrade, according to a new report.
Citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Apple is planning to upgrade its iCloud storage and data-syncing service with new photo-sharing features. The new features are expected to be announced at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), which takes place from June 11-15 in San Francisco.
The new version will let users share sets of photos with other iCloud users and add comments. That would be a big improvement over iCloud's existing photo storage capabilities. The current iCloud Photo Stream feature is designed to automatically synch photos across devices, but does not allow users to share images with others or comment on them.

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Apple to launch photo sharing functionality in iCloud at WWDC


Apple is expected to upgrade its iCloud service with new photo sharing functionality at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in June, according to a new report.

The new features will be announced when WWDC kicks off on June 11, according to The Wall Street Journal. The new functionality will allow users to share photos with others and also comment on them.

That's a major improvement from the current Photo Stream functionality in iCloud, which simply syncs pictures across devices rather than giving users the ability upload and share them publicly or with friends.

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