I’m a mac head, and proud of it. Fortunatly, I know a few like minded people who dont think I am too geeky that I get all excited about WWDC! This year, WWDC sold out in hours. Crazy. This year the tickets cost $1599 and more interesting than that is they’ve lowered the age you need to buy said tickets from 18 to 13 which really shows, as my friend Mark said, how much youngsters are getting involved now in the development and creation of apps etc.
I watched a live stream, poor video but great audio, along with mashable’s live blog - read all about some of the new iOS6 features on the Cybher blog. Whats floating my boat is Siri being available properly – as it was a massive UK fail, but as Apple has no deal with a provider of local information in the UK, it’s impossible to know yet how useful these new features will prove.
And the new Macbook Pro and Macbook Air.
I want. I want them both.
I can’t decide if the extra £500 makes it worth the step to the Macbook Pro because I have an iMac and with the cloud functionality it’s probably not necessary …. but that new retina screen is sucking me in. Hubba.
I have been fantasy shopping. What I want would cost me £3,113.99 – that’s not going to happen. Ever. Sooooooooo I shall instead flutter my eyelashes at Phil. Promise him I will buy nothing else forever, wait until he’s in a really good mood, and then ask for his credit card to buy the standard model!
Wishful thinking I think. I was lucky to get a cafetière.