What to expect at WWDC 2012 Video
What to expect at WWDC 2012 Video Transcript
What's up Brian Tong here and welcome to the Apple by we're bringing you all the good that's a -- federal Babylon. I just got back -- -- after some real intense gaming sessions. A WW DC is just around the border but we're expecting a preview of IOS six and more -- -- -- what you want what I want. Anything else is perennial hardware. We could potentially see the rebirth. Of the Mac Pro after -- part numbers were tracked down what's believed to be the next gen Mac Pro after almost a two year wait. Now according to MIC gadget the Mac -- will feature Intel Xeon five processors with either -- -- Native USB three point oh and thunderbolt support. 16100 megahertz memory support and SATA three native connected with -- -- of these default state drives which means. It's finally time to upgrade. Upgrades -- all -- wrong wrong. Not now. Okay guys double that discovery was then blown open wide by Apple insider. After a list of 27 new Apple part numbers with fourteen of them appearing to be Mac hardware. Listen to them by an Australian dealer with acts as -- Apple's resellers system. It includes MacBook -- MacBook pros IMAX and the previously mentioned Mac pros but it would really be a shocker to me. And really uncharacteristic of Apple announced all of these products out one time at WW DC but how about this. It doubled up -- every single one. At WW DC. I will give -- the shirt off my back next week Brian -- one cents. Yeah that's uncomfortable -- -- -- -- you know what I said if you weeks ago we'll see in Iowa 6 preview note I am. More about lion and MacBook pros and airs at WW DC 2012. Phillips jumped to Iowa that we currently. Apple's plan. Old maps and -- six. That a recent Google event. They announced. They're bringing their own enhanced three maps to both Android and -- now it's coming soon but this video shows that it looks pretty impressive. But it'll probably be limited to Google Earth app. That I never use so what else do we expect to -- Report by techcrunch says. That FaceBook integration will finally be coming to Iowa six. Tim Cook hinted by same state to -- when asked about face with an Apple during his -- an interview. But it's reported that it will be integrated in the same way Twitter is with IOS five. They also know I've been pounding on -- we don't we -- -- -- -- significant improvement but nine to five Mac reports. That's Siri plans to make its debut on the iPad with IOS six. Their sources and mock up say it won't be a full screen experience but it's unclear if it will be announced with the other -- features. Now last week we also show you pictures publicly that its next iPhone. But now I hands on video width apart from each fade to black shows us a little better comparison. Now there's nothing -- revealed but you can't see the cute so design which actually looks more attractive in video and a side by side with the iPhone four S. Apple byters I'm asking you is this still a hoax what do you think is this the real deal -- -- -- And also in more iPhone news that -- -- -- securities analyst. Claims the next gen iPhone will have a thinner and improved front and rear cameras going to their supply chain sources. We'll have the first ever slimmed down rear camera while still retain its eight megapixel resolution. And improved after 2.2 aperture. And then the front facing camera will be -- to support its new sixteen by nine resolution self. We'll see how that'll shakes out alright guys Apple byters yet ready for WW DC. -- -- -- -- Apple won't be streaming it for you but you'll be able to watch the live play by play right here at CNET with myself -- your friends. And Donald bell on Monday June 11 at ten and all the rest of CNET live coverage. That's gonna do that if we show. -- -- -- You -- -- of the firstname.lastname@example.org. They slots and we'll catch you guys next time for another bite of the Apple.
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