Apple Store now has an oversized window displays now showing off the new Retina Display MacBook Pro (see this picutres below). And, note, that according to Apple's website the Retina MacBook Pro would be available available in the next 3-4 weeks.
Also, Apple today aired a TV Commercial titled "Every Dimension," showing off the 15.4-inch Retina MacBook Pro.
"Introducing the radical new MacBook Pro. With breakthrough performance, stunning Retina display and an impossibly thin design, it's innovation in every dimension," reads the Apple description of the commercial.
Ping, Apple's social network for iTunes Music Store and releated service currently in iTunes 10.6.3, is reportedly would not work in the iTunes app in the iOS 6 beta. As, the company plans to cut Ping from the next major release of iTunes, report an anonymous source close to the company to AllThingsD.
Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted that Ping wasn't working out during last month's interview at the D10 conference. "We tried Ping, and I think the customer voted and said this isn't something that I want to put a lot of energy into," Cook said. "Will we kill it? I don't know; I'll look at it."
Apple Maps app of iOS 6 beta seems to be using Microsoft's as the data source for certain locations. A New Zealand based developer Cody Cooper, who looked into the data of the iOS 6 beta reports that's "looking around the files, he found that some of the Maps app data comes from Microsoft; the information likely comes from the Bing Maps division of the company."
"our friend, Cody Cooper, a New Zealand based developer, found something more interesting. While playing with Apple Maps on iOS 6 beta, Cody found that some of the Maps images had Microsoft attribution. Check out the image below showing the response headers with attributions to Microsoft Corp 2012. Click on the image for a better view," reports Techpp.
Apple's full list of attribution for its Maps app can be viewed here, and that doesn't mentions Microsoft in it.
Retina Dispaly MacBook Pro at Apple Stores: (via)