Time to look longingly at all your old gadgets and wish for newer, better, faster ones. At Monday's Worldwide Developer's Conference Apple unveiled its latest version of the Mac Pro, which will feature the fastest memory the company has used yet and will have the brand-new Thunderbolt 2 to allow faster data-transfer speeds. Oh, and it will be "designed and assembled" in the USA. CEO Tim Cook also announced that Google and Microsoft will work with iCloud, a huge step for the software. iCloud will be deeply embedded in iWork, the new software suite. Also unveiled was the new MacBook Air and the completely revamped iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad, and iTouch.
It "looks like Darth Vader did it with a can of soup." Apple announced the new design for the groundbreaking Mac Pro, and Twitter had some interesting things to say about it.