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Post by smartbylaw on Wed Jun 13, 2012 10:49 am

WWDC 2012: Apple iPhone 5 details, Retina Display Macs
By Jonny Evans
June 13, 2012 7:07 AM EDT

Apple [AAPL] didn't mention the iPhone 5 during WWDC this week (though see the image below for current speculation) and only introduced a single Mac model equipped with a Retina Display, but there's more to come.


Retina Display, the beginnings

Apple likes to tease us with new features. Remember the original iPhone which lacked support for 3G? That was a feature which appeared in the next release. Now the company is doing it again, upgrading its MacBook Pro and Air ranges, but introducing one new killer feature within the high-end Retina Display MacBook Pro.

That's what's available now, but in future it doesn't stretch the imagination to believe the company will introduce the screen across its Mac range.

READ MORE: HTTP://blogs.computerworld.com/smartphones/20518/wwdc-2012-apple-iphone-5-details-retina-display-macs


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