Tim Cook started off by saying that 400 million accounts and 600 million apps are on the app store, of which 225,000 are iPad-capable. That was hardly any news compared to the rest... Mac stuff: At about 10:16 A.M, Tim Cook announced the new Macbook line and OSX Mountain Lion updates He gave the stage to Phil Schiller, who started off with the Macbook Air The Air recieved a major boost; it got upgraded to Ivy Bridge. Up to 2Ghz, 3.2Ghz with turbo boost The integrated graphics are 60% faster; with a maximum SSD capacity of 512GB! They added USB 3.0, and updated the facetime camera The Macbook Pro got updated as well to Ivy Bridge, with 2.7Ghz without, and 3.7Ghz with, turbo boost It got updated to USB 3.0 as well, but now the sizes are 13 and 15 inch only Alongside this, Apple released another Macbook Pro, with a Retina Display, really thin body, 16GB ram, and more! Dictation, Safari, blah blah blah I don't have time for this At this time the stock went up 0.5% Now iOS recieved a part in the show as well... iOS6 was announced, and Apple ditched Google Maps for its own 3D navigation app! Siri can tell sports scores now, and it learned more about restaurants And movie star questions, for those gossipers out there It can finally launch apps! And Siri's on the new iPad That is all.