With just a few days left for the WWDC 2012, it is expected that Apple will be talking about a lot of new things and improvements in the previous ones this year for sure. Siri is one of the hottest speculations and it is believed that the brand may promote Siri, its voice interface which Apple thinks can just continue to set iPad and iPhone apart from Android gadgets. The Siri service may come out of the beta testing stage and might show up on iPad when the company unveils the iOS6 or next version of the OS.

MacBook redesign and changes

Where the brand has upper hand in hardware section, amazing part in design and popular among the customers for ease of use, redesigned MacBook is expected to be there in the WWDC talks. It is also rumored that the laptops may include the high def display screens as well as Ivy Bridge processors by Intel Corp. it is even expected that the retina display of the iPad will be shown up on MacBook line.

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What to expect in MacBook Pro?

If this is true, then it will be the first major redesign of MacBook Pro by Apple since 2009. With latest lineup as well, the brand hopes to actually fend off the tough competition from the rivals who are doing hard to introduce the thin laptops “Ultrabooks”.

There is even expected that there will be three models of the redesigned MacBook Pro, out of which one may be used as the OS X server. It is still not clear what all features will the Mac Pro have however good bets involve the new Intel Xeon E5 chips, USB 3.0 ports and Thunderbolt I/O technology.

Maps

The expected move by Apple to replace the Google Maps with its very own map application is surely the dramatic instance of how rivalry between the two has been progressing and evolving. Apart from the re –jigged UI, there will surely be the amazing 3D mode.

OS launch

Most Apple fans believe that the company will give sneak peek into the IOS6. It is also guaranteed that the brand might discuss OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion during this 2012 WWDC. The new version of the OS X was actually released as the developer preview. A lot is known already about Mountain Lion like the enhanced iCloud integration, Gatekeeper, Game Center, Reminders, Messages, Notes, share sheets and Notification Center.

So, with all such expectations at the WWDC 2012, let’s see what all Apple has in store for us.