Schiller talking up using various apps like iPhoto, Aperture, and iWork, which look sharper.
Small note: price is key here. The 15-inch Retina Pro's $2,000 price is what makes it something most people can't afford. What will the pricing be here?
Schiller notes some third-party apps like Pixelmator, Civilization 5, Evernote, all that are Retina Display ready.
Other specs: FaceTime HD camera, stereo speakers and a backlit keyboard.
Schiller shows us the inside of the computer, which looks quite a bit like a robot's face.
Tons of battery in there.
Looks like no discrete graphics: just Intel HD 4000.
Inside, Intel dual-core i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge, with 7-hour battery. Up to 768GB of Flash, and 8GB of Ram and Intel HD 4000 Graphics.
That's like the current 13-inch Pro.
Power Nap is intriguing. It only works with a few MacBooks, currently. The 13-inch Retina Pro has it. Downloads, etc while sleeping.
Starts at 2.5Ghz dual-core i5 for $1,699. w/8GB RAM and 128GB of memory.
Schiller talking up an environmental checklist with Energy Star 5.2, EPEAT Gold, Arsenic-free display glass, mercuary-free display, BFR-free, etc. Now we see an advertisement for it.
$1699 for base config, but I imagine many people will want to upgrade the base 128GB of flash storage.
The ad's just like the one for the 15-inch model, with a slowly rotating computer doing various things.
And that's done with quickly.
No word on other models yet -- Schiller breaking down Mac lineup with MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and MBP with Retina Display.
There's still a non-Retina MacBook Pro @ 13 inches.
Next up: Mac Mini. Schiller jokes "you knew there would be something with 'mini' in this presentation, right?" to a big laugh.
Those thicker Pros are sticking around...and with the price differential, for good reason.
Schiller going over specs real quick. USB 3 now, now with dual or quad-intel Core i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge, with Intel HD Graphics 4000, and up to 16GB of RAM. Starts at 2.5Ghz dual-core i5 w/4GB of RAM and 500GB HDD for $599.
There's also a server edition for $999 that had two 1TB hard drives. Ships today.
Schiller moved through that entire product in about a minute, yeesh.
That 2TB Mini server tempting for a home computer/storage hub.
Schiller talking up the iMac's design, saying it's the flagship of the product line.
I've been smelling a redesign since I boarded that plane
Schiller puts up an image of the original iMac, up through the generations. All seven of them.