Apple Debuts New Maps App, Sets July Release for Mountain Lion OS

The annual geek hajj known as Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference began this morning in San Francisco, with the company delivering the expected array of both minor and major upgrades and new product announcements to several thousand of its most ardent fans and developers.

Apple (AAPL) announced a new line of laptops, details of its upcoming Mountain Lion and iOS 6 operating systems, new hooks into social networks like Twitter and, for the first time, Facebook (FB) and mapping software that finally helps to kick its addiction to the popular mapping tools of its primary rival, Google (GOOG).

Read more via Apple Debuts New Maps App, Sets July Release for Mountain Lion OS – Businessweek.

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