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(Images from Anandtech's live feed. The text is not quoted from Anandtech.)

Hardware

Refreshed MacBook Air. Haswell ULT. All-day battery life. Better priced.



New and redesigned Airport Extreme Base Station. Beamforming. 802.11ac. Taller. Also Time Capsule.

Mac Pro. Black, cylindrical, designed around a "thermal core." Dual six-core Haswell workstation processors. Dual workstation graphics. PCI-e SSD. Six Thunderbolt 2 (twice the Throughput of TB1) ports, four USB 3.0. All external storage. Supports up to 3 4k displays. 1/8th volume of previous Mac Pro.

Software

OS X - new naming scheme after Californian locations. OS X 10.9 "Mavericks."

Finder Tabs. Tags. Multiple display support -- the dock and menu bar can show on both displays, and you can now display different desktops and full screen apps across multiple displays. AirPlay allows an HDTV to be used as a third screen. Improved Mission Control. OpenGL 4. Intense focus on battery life improvements and responsiveness. Push notifications to your iDevices can go to your Mac now as well. Apple Maps - quickly send directions from Mac to iPhone. New Calendar Design. iBooks on Mac.

iCloud Keychain.

Stores your passwords, credit card numbers, etc., and fills them out when you want.


Work for iCloud now available to developers in Beta. Work on Pages, Numbers and Keynote documents, as well as their Windows-equivalents, all in the Cloud from a Web Browser on any computer. Supports IE, Chrome and works best on Safari.


iOS 7

Total UI redesign. New... everything. App previews when switching between apps. Scroll up from the bottom to bring up Control Centre. Swipe from the left edge of the device to the right to move back in supported apps. Notification Centre and Control Centre work from the Lock Screen. Apps updated automatically. Car integration. Improved Siri - Integration with Wikipedia and Twitter.. And heaps of other things. iTunes Radio. Multiple pages inside folders.

Supports iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPod Touch 5, iPad mini and higher.




Edited by steelbom - 6/10/13 at 1:08pm
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Formatting fixed. Don't quote such a large chunk from the source mate wink.gif
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Originally Posted by 5entinel View Post

Formatting fixed. Don't quote such a large chunk from the source mate wink.gif
Awwww. Darn it.

Just so you know I didn't quote any of the text from the source. Just the images. I'm reformatting it again -- I think you must have thought I was quoting from them. Will use only a few images though.
Edited by steelbom - 6/10/13 at 1:06pm
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Yeah finally can upgrade from iOS 5.
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Yeah finally can upgrade from iOS 5.
93% of iOS users are running iOS 6 wink.gif
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The MBAs look amazing. Sold my 2012 model over the weekend but I'm disappointed at the lack of rMBP refresh with Haswell.
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The Mac Pro looks stupid and out of place. At least they finally did a proper upgrade this time. The only thing I am really looking forward to from this keynote is iOS 7.
    
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The Mac Pro looks stupid and out of place. At least they finally did a proper upgrade this time. The only thing I am really looking forward to from this keynote is iOS 7.
Yeah. Personally I love the look of it and they've added a lot of features that were much needed.
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I really hope they revisit some of the system icons before the official launch. A few of them are quite inconsistent with each other.

This comparison probably being the worst...

BMbGn96CMAIg6bk.jpg:large

Skeuomorph bubbles on the left, flat pedals on the right.

Like...really Apple?

I really wish they went with something more like this:

Real-Pixels.jpg
Edited by ImmortalKenny - 6/10/13 at 1:43pm
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Really loving iOS 7, exactly the way i like my phones to look, clean and minimal... Might have to chunk my One X for the 5. Either that or get the HTC One.
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