Expect iOS 6, new MacBooks at Apple conference Monday Video
Expect iOS 6, new MacBooks at Apple conference Monday Video Transcript
We're looking into our crystal ball beating it up with more apps and I'm saving up for some new games -- -- and -- benefit. Apple will be highlighting new products at its annual developers conference Monday. Expect Apple Computer Intel's new processors and don't forget about software. We'll likely hear about mobile operating system upgrades like you three apps on IOS six the sun had set laptops could get a Retina Display the same resolution that's on screens iphones -- ipads. Seemed pretty improbable until recently an application from -- was spotted with an update to support retina graphics. Batteries -- few -- the keynote presentation kicks -- it's an amp Pacific you can file Albany's life from our blog. They headlines -- -- here which is a hub of hundreds of mobile apps for you -- discover. Click an app and based -- direction to download it from Apple's App Store or the Google late -- store. Is doing this because all apps that post a -- benefit Facebook's bottom line. It's slowly rolling out to all users and -- get apps and yet but I noticed when changed my -- page that feel to type in my status update. And how the usual what's on your mind phrase asked me instead what's the best thing that happened to you today. Okay so apparently FaceBook is testing out new tactics. -- -- to write more status updates are -- negative all the time that they just with happy. The big in the conference. If you don't solid gains here's a quick rundown of new titles to keep an -- and but how much time -- -- lots -- -- but -- PlayStation game beyond missiles from the -- heavy -- it's so in -- is likely to -- the killer croc back -- Tomb -- coming out next -- they're telling -- -- to stories darker more emotional you played -- new -- in south park -- -- also coming -- next you're gonna have -- -- -- -- -- the makers of Mortal -- are making -- DC comics -- game called injustice. And excitement this when my colleague Jeff Bakalar has its way morning to -- by 88. This -- takes place -- steam punk world where you have supernatural abilities that'll be out October regular blood and gore there's the last of us and the world's survival action game on the -- -- -- Resident Evil 6 October and there are some EU -- Nintendo's new Wii U console which requires that pat. Screen to hack and slash zombies. The next -- shout commands to snap the ball with your voice is really pretty new in the game and of course there's halo four. Let's of the app November and -- -- by any creepy -- an example. That detect and update board today for -- -- this -- -- Conference at the universities -- New York averaging here.
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