So Apple’s WWDC 2012 event starts in less than an hour. We are hell excited for the event since it brings to us the all new iOS 6. To check up with your local time zones, you can check-up with our article on WWDC 2012 here. The latest about WWDC 2012 is that Apple is all set to unveil two new apps in this event. More information about these two apps is still a secret, however we have managed to get our hands on a little bit of information about one of the app, called Organize.
As the name suggests, the app will be good for holding your secure information, including Credit Card credentials, your various account configurations and organize them accordingly. This is all we know about the apps as of now.
The other surprising news is the un-availability of Apple’s App Store, about 2 hours prior to the event. The store has gone down, and a message is being displayed on the screen saying “We are busy updating the Apple Store for you and will be back soon”. Could this mean that something serious is going on for the iOS 6 to be unveiled tonight?
We simply don’t know as of now. Just an hour more and we will get our hands on some really crispy information. This is not all. We have also seen leaked specifications of the MacBook upgrades which are to be announced in an hour or so. The MacBook Air will be seen in 4GB/8GB RAM support along with 512 GB SSD configuration. The retina models of MacBook Pros will contain the following specifications, as encountered by 9To5Mac:
MC975LL/A – MBP 15.4/2.3/8GB/256GB FLASH-USA
MC976LL/A – MBP 15.4/2.6/8GB/512GB FLASH-USA
MD831LL/A – MBP 15.4/2.7/16GB/768GB FLASH-USA
Also, the event will introduce Apple’s Map support for iOS devices for the first time, since Apple will be seen discontinuing Google Maps addition to their iOS this time.
As promised, we will be live blogging the event in an hour or so. For more, stay tuned!