Apple shows smarter Siri, new MacBooks Video
Apple shows smarter Siri, new MacBooks Video Transcript
Mountain Lion Mac -- and Siri -- hi I'm Bridget Carey and this here's an update. There isn't overloaded Apple news today announced at its developer's conference to start children's will -- And the next mobile software update in the fall. It's not based will be available on the cellular network -- be restricted to Wi-Fi anymore. That's easy way to burn through your data if you're not careful. An Apple launched its own mapping app with a 3-D mode called flyover. As well as turn by turn directions. -- -- Google Maps. Apple's maps can also alert to traffic issues and reroute you accordingly -- can ask Siri for directions. The voice and analysis and gain a few other upgrades and shall be available on the -- She can look answers to more questions like how -- a restaurant has no matter how he sees -- and you. Apple is also working with car manufacturers. To -- -- Siri while you're driving and not come out over the next year. Other highlights of -- -- include greater integration with FaceBook you could use Siri to dictate your status update. But -- encounters from FaceBook possibly pulled in which includes FaceBook events and birthdays. And shared photo streams can give you push notification when photos of close friends or posted. New options will be popping up like being able to remind yourself to reply to -- call. And there's a do not disturb -- for holding calls also and you -- book app. If your home for all tickets and coupons and he's at its will be for the iPhone 3GS and new models as well as -- second and third generation ipads. Sorry original iPad left behind. But if you're eighteen for a new computer Apple unveiled the next generation MacBook Pro with a high resolution Retina Display. It says that the MacBook air and the current MacBook Pro by the BB it's really been in less than five pounds there's no optical drive it has a Quad Core processors. It again should be Monday that'll cost about 200 dollars. The line of MacBook airs and pros also got hardware upgrades they'll be even faster now. And new Mac operating system code -- Mountain Lion will be available in July as a twenty dollar upgrade and has 200 new features one of the more interesting features. Is an upgrade to the dean's center and that you play real time games between Mac users and iPhone -- -- -- Users in -- demo Apple showed their ability to stream a racing game to the television with Apple TV and airplay. Although Apple did not -- a peep about Apple television. Hints at where Apple's mindset is. Being able to connect to devices and people have accessible through them in television. That your technique is a paper today at -- tomorrow we'll have some news that isn't about Apple. And you read up on Mikey doesn't today's story at cnet.com slash update RC is -- I'm -- --
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