Live Blog: Apple Unveils iOS 6, New MacBook Pro, Maps
1:46 P.M.: There are 40 percent of OSX users on Lion, 26 million copies distributed. Now introducing Mountain Lion.
1:45 P.M.: Now moving on to OS X
1:44 P.M.: The Retina MacBook has a 15.4 inch display, 2.3ghz i7, starting at $2,199 starting configuration (not unreasonable for a high-end pro machine). It also starts shipping today.
1:41 P.M.: Asymmetrical fan blades inside the Retina MacBook Pro create sound at different frequencies to make it seem quieter.
1:38 P.M.: Jony Ive, Bob Mansfield intro to new Retina MacBook Pro in video.
1:37 P.M.: Apple says 7 hours of battery life in new Retina MacBook Pro.
1:35 P.M.: New MacBook Pro has high-end core i7, up to 16GB of memory, up to 768GB of flash storage, SD card and HDMI ports and two Thunderbolt ports.
1:32 P.M.: Apple gave Adobe info on Retina Display to update Photoshop early .... Sign of improving relations?
1:31 P.M.: Apple updates Lion OS, Aperture, Final Cut Pro 10 for MacBook Pro Retina Display.
1:28 P.M.: Apple unveils new MacBook Pro rivaling the MacBook Air in thinness: .71 inches. New MacBook Pro has Retina Display, 2880 x 1800.
1:24 P.M.: New MacBook Pro also has Ivy Bridge, USB 3.0. Apple is having mic problems with Phil Schiller .... Usual for them, a little distracting.
1:22 P.M.: New MacBook Air shipping today.
1:21 P.M.: There will be up to 512 GB of flash storage making it twice as fast as before; USB 3 added.
1:18 P.M.: Phil Schiller on stage talking about Macbook Air. "We're going to update it with Ivy Bridge, faster memory," Schiller said.
1:17 P.M.: Cook announced changes in notebook lineup, iOS and Mac OS.
1:12 P.M.: AirBnB home rental app highlighted in app video.
1:11 P.M.: In a video, Apple telling the stories of apps that help blind people navigate, help teachers teach anatomy.
1:08 P.M.: Apple showing a video about app store impact.
1:07 P.M.: Customers have downloaded 30 billion apps and Apple has paid out more than $5 billion to developers. Apple will have 155 countries for app store soon.
1:05 P.M.: More than 650 thousand apps in app store, 225 thousand for iPad.
1:05 P.M.: Apple has more than 400 million accounts on the app store with credit cards and 1-click buying.
1:04 P.M.: Cook said WWDC sold out in an hour and 43 minutes.
1:03 P.M.: Tim Cook has taken the stage.
1:02 P.M.: Siri opens the conference with a comedy routine.
"How many developers does it take to change a lightbulb? None. That's a hardware problem."