Apple held it's World-Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this week and announced upgrades to iOS, OS X, and their Macbook lines. iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion we knew were coming, and Apple went into a bit more detail on some of the new features.
The big news is a new Retina Display Macbook Pro. Starting at approx. $2200, the device is just thicker than a Macbook Air, and has a new screen with incredible resolution specs. It can also be configured with more than 700GB of flash storage!
The new MacBooks are available now. The software updates will be releasing next month.
The Electronics Entertainment Expo is in it's final day right now in Los Angeles, but the major announcements came in the show's first two days. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, the major three names in video games, all unveiled new games, accessories, and systems for their respective consoles.