All new iPhone, MacBook Pro and Airport Express

Just yesterday Apple released a whole new line of products. Including the all new iOS6 iPhone with control over which calls you receive. The new features include….

Rejection at its finest – Just because we can be reached on the moon or in the jungle doesn’t mean its the right time or place to pick up. Now you can reject a call with a reminder to call someone back or even with a pre-programmed text letting them know you will get back to them. The hardest part about this new feature will be coming up with your crazy excuses as to why you didn’t pick up.

Facetime over 3G – Tested over AT&T it reportedly worked great! Although it will hurt your wallet unless you have a unlimited data package.

Siri – With a new and improved Siri that provides movie times, sports scores, restaurant ratings and table reservations its defiantly received a face lift.

Facebook – You can directly post photos from your photo album to Facebook, update your status from the notification center, and sync your contact list with each person’s corresponding Facebook account.

Maps – Apple gave Goolge the boot and created its own Map. Were not quite sure how everyone feels about it just yet.

Music App – Nothing to jump for joy about, its works the same with an updated look.

iOS6 won’t be here for a few months, but if you want to try and jack some of the features before they hit check out this cool article iOS6 NOW


MacBook Pro

with Retina display

Next to the iPhone we are freaking out about the new line of MacBook Pro’s. This thing is crazy, I could go on and on about the new retina display, but what’s the point. Basically all you just need to know is that it has a 2800 x 1800 resolution on a 15.4-inch screen—that’s well over 5 million pixels, smashing your HDTV. If I were a photographer editing photo’s this would be a must have for me.

Did I mention they are about at thin as your iPhone4S weighing in at 4.5 pounds, and consists of Intel’s fastest new Ivy Bridge processors—Quad-Core 2.7 GHz of processing. Including Nvidia’s Kepler GeForce GT 650M. A gamers dream for someone that is on the go.

Capable of packing 768GB of flash storage. With two Thunderbolt ports, HDMI, an SD card, USB 3.0, and “MagSafe 2.” No ethernet port or optical drive, but who cares that’s old anyway. Starting at $2200 with a 2.3 GHz Ivy Bridge processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 SSD. Ships today!

 The new AirPort Express supports simultaneous dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi. That means it transmits at both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies at the same time. So no matter which band your wireless devices use, they’ll automatically connect to the best available band for the fastest possible performance.

To learn more about the new airport express and all of its features refere to Apple site.