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    Anandtech: Mountain Lion Shipping in July, $19.99 for upgrades from Snow Leopard and

    Apple will be shipping Mountain Lion next month. The upgrade will cost Snow Leopard and Lion owners only $19.99. The fee upgrades all of your personal Macs. Macs shipping today get a free upgrade to Mountain Lion when it ships.



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    Anandtech: Mountain Lion Power Nap: Connected Standby

    Mountain Lion now features connected standby via a feature Apple calls Power Nap. Even while sleeping your Mac will now fetch new emails, tweets, etc.. as well as download updates while it's plugged in. Power Nap is only supported on the 2nd generation MacBook Air or the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display.


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    Anandtech: iOS 6 Beta Today, Shipping This Fall

    Wrapping up our coverage on iOS 6 are the shipping details. A beta is available today, the final version will be shipping this fall. The iPhone 3GS and later are supported, as well as the 2nd/3rd gen iPad and 4th gen iPod Touch.


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    Anandtech: Lost Mode in iOS 6

    iOS 6 will also feature Lost Mode, allowing you to send a phone number to your missplaced iPhone. Anyone who finds it can just tap the phone number on the screen to immediately call you.



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    Anandtech: iOS 6 Maps

    Apple has built its own Maps service into iOS 6. Apple did all of the cartography for the maps and the app now supports turn by turn navigation. Siri integration is present as well. All transitions are extremely smooth, the app overall looks very well built.
    Apple integrated Yelp reviews for local businesses into its new Maps application. Apple's Flyover integrates high resolution 3D imagery with the new Maps application, similar to what Google and Microsoft have done with their own mapping services.
    Gallery: iOS 6 Maps





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    Anandtech: iOS 6 Passbook Organizes your Boarding Passes, Store Cards, Ticket Stubs

    A new feature of iOS 6 is an app called Passbook that lets you keep all of your boarding passes, ticket stubs and even store cards in one common location. Check out the gallery below for shots of Passbook in action. The passes are live, so things like gate changes and time changes are automatically updated. Passes can be grouped as well (e.g. multiple boarding passes are grouped together).
    Gallery: iOS 6 Passbook Organizes your Boarding Passes, Store Cards, Ticket Stubs





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    Anandtech: iOS 6 Safari

    A feature we discussed earlier today on the Mac, iCloud tabs are enabled via iOS 6. Using iCloud tabs you can view all open Safari tabs across all of your iCloud devices (Mac and iDevices).
    There's now a photo upload tool supported by the browser:
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    Anandtech: First Shots of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, Updated: Even More PIc

    Apple has a couple of demo units of the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display outside of the keynote hall at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Check out the gallery below for the shots. Full specs and details here.
    Update: Just grabbed more pics.
    Gallery: First Shots of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display





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    Anandtech: Apple Introduces New Smart Covers

    Continuing its onslaught of new products and accessories this morning, Apple has silently launched a 3rd variant of its Smart Covers for the iPad. The new Smart Covers now offer full back protection with an option of laser engraving as well.
    The new covers are polyurethane and come in a choice of 6 colors. Apart from the full body protection, the covers do not add any new functionality as compared to the older Smart Covers.
    The new Smart Covers are compatible with the 2nd and 3rd genration iPads. They are available starting today for a $49 a pop.
    Apple Store - New Smart Covers




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    Anandtech: Apple Updates Airport Express - New Design

    As if this morning's monumental WWDC keynote was not enough, Apple seems to have a few more silent product updates in the pipeline. A quick look at the now updated Apple website, reveals a redesigned Airport Express.
    The new design takes after the 2nd generation Apple TV, except for the color, which is in line with the traditional Airport enclosures. The dimensions of the tiny box are exactly the same as the current Apple TV.
    The most notable additions to the new Airport Express is support for simultaneous dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, just like the Airport Extreme. Other usual features include the ability to perform the initial setup via iOS devices and support for AirPlay and Wireless Printing.
    On the front, we have a tinier than usual status light, which should blink in the usual amber and green colors. The ports at the back are standard affair; power, one WAN port, one LAN port (still not Gigabit), a USB port, a 3.5-mm audio mini-jack for analog or optical digital sound and the reset button.
    One of the major gripes I had with the older Airport Express was that it needed to be plugged directly into a power outlet, which made access to the ports rather awkward. Also, the design was extremely prone to falling off the power outlet, unless plugged into a power strip, flat on the floor. I am glad the new design finally resolves these problems by using a good old power cable.
    The new model retains its $99 price tag and is shipping today.
    Apple Airport Express: Product Page - Store



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