Apple’s WWDC keynote is now available to watch from the Apple website.

The two hour long presentation, which took place last night to kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, saw Apple unveil an all new MacBook Pro with Retina display, an update to the standard MacBook Pro and Air ranges, iOS 6 and brand new features for Mountain Lion.

Apple also quietly launched an update to the Mac Pro, a new Smart Case for the iPad, a new AirPort Express Bass Station and more.

The new Macs are available to buy from Apple’s Online Store now, and iOS 6 is expected to arrive in September.

OS X Mountain Lion will be available in July for £13.99, and will be a free upgrade for anyone that buys a new Mac from today.

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