Apple WWDC 2012
A facelift for iPhone's voice-control Siri application, an updated MacBook Air and an all-new MacBook Pro (touted as the most advanced Mac ever) dominated the opening keynote of Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday.
Though there was plenty of new hardware to be seen, much of the event focused on the new features added to Apple's updated mobile operating system, iOS 6. Things even got started with Siri giving a 'stand-up' routine - complete with drum rolls.
"How many developers does it take to change a lightbulb? None, that's a hardware problem," it deadpanned. Badoom, tish.
"Seriously, I am excited about the new Samsung. Not the phone, the refrigerator," it continued, as developers rolled in the aisles.
After that hilarity, it was onto the serious stuff. Read on for the highlights from Apple's WWDC keynote.