It's time for WWDC 2012, Apple's sold-out World Wide Developers Conference, and we have links to all the key announcements right here.
Apple's Phil Schiller talked updates to the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 2012 line-ups, first outlining the MacBook Air spec improvements which go up to a 2GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors, 8GB memory, 512GB of Flash storage and USB 3.0.
The MacBook Pro update brings Ivy Bridge chips again, this time up to 2.7GHz quad-core i7s, 8GB of memory and USB 3.0.
Schiller went on to reveal the "next-generation MacBook Pro", which he proudly called "the most beautiful computer we've ever made." The retina display promises improved contrast ratios and viewing angles, while inside lives a processor that tops out at a 2.7GHz quad-core Core i7, while 16GB of RAM is also available. How much Flash storage? 768GB.
- Read Next generation MacBook Pro 'most beautiful computer we have ever made' for the lowdown.
- MacBook Pro 2012: everything you need to know
Scott Forstall then came on stage to big-up iOS (and take a swipe at Android 4.0 in a comparison of release dates vs install base) and talked lots of numbers that had a "per cent" or "millions" in, before spilling the details on iOS 6, which brings "more than 200 new features".
- More in iOS 6: Apple unveils 'World's most advanced mobile operating system'
- Full details in iOS 6: everything you need to know
Will you get iOS 6 on your original iPad? Er, no.
Apple's friendly assistant is now making the leap onto the big screen, as it's revealed that Siri will grace the new iPad.
And iOS Maps has been announced, taking the sat-nav fight back to Google.
Apple also showed off some "new" features in OS X Mountain Lion. Head of software engineering Craig Federighi mentioned 200 new features (not each one of them individually, thankfully) and talked about several key ones we already knew about.
- Hit up OS X Mountain Lion release date, price plus new features for the full story.
The new Apple product announcements didn't end with the WWDC keynote. The company has also rolled out a new Mac Pro desktop computer.
- Read the details in Apple quietly launches new Mac Pro