WWDC 2012 keynote will highlight innovation

 

By Posted 8 Jun 2012, 06:39

The WWDC 2012 keynote is surly bringing something special this year, especially if the rumors about a full refresh of MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Mini, and other Mac products are true. The banners are now outside Moscone and tease innovation thanks to the tagline about great ideas doing great things.

What innovation will Apple highlight at the WWDC 2012 keynote on Monday? It’s great to see a long list of products getting a refresh, but just improving specs is nothing innovative so what could Apple really announce that makes the world be amazed once again and part with cash? Some of the rumored specs for MacBook Pro miss out on some much needed innovation, like we saw in this label, so has Apple been extra careful to keep a lid on the best bits this year and if so could there be a big surprise within iOS 6 or even iPhone 5 related?

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Apple certainly receives split opinions from tech enthusiasts, which include the Apple fans that think the biggest technology company takes great ideas and existing technology and then innovates with it. This results in a new product that is packaged in a way like no other or in many cases enters an industry and makes it popular, which had been done with the first iPad (tablets) and iPhone (touch screen phones). There are other tech enthusiasts that believe Apple is wrong to complain about other brands copying them and these people use statements like “how many ways can you build a phone?” although we’ve seen a number of Android users, which think Apple take old tech and assimilate it into a new product.

What innovation would you like to see from Apple at WWDC 2012? Do you think they will deliver this year? The image is thanks to this article, and if you’re keeping up with all the latest Apple news then remember to join us on Facebook or Google Plus.

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    Watch it be like the iPhone “5″ announcement. 
    So much speculation and rumors, actual product turned out to be something completely different.