Apple Announcement Doesn’t Include iPhone 5

    June 11, 2012
    WebProNews Staff

Apple announcement, much to the dismay of fans all across the globe, doesn’t include the iPhone 5. If you were desperately searching for news regarding OS X and the latest line of MacBooks, then you probably walked away from WWDC 2012 with your head full of jolly ideas and good feelings. However, if you had hopes Apple would touch upon the iPhone 5, your day has probably darkened considerably. Despite all of the announcements that made their way to the stage this morning, the latest incarnation of the company’s phone wasn’t one of them.

Naturally, it didn’t take very long for folks to take their anguish to social networking sites, Twitter in particular. Although there’s still a lot of information to crunch, the absence of the iPhone 5 is troubling for some. While a handful of individuals seemed to think that the phone’s absence from WWDC 2012 was expected, others had their feelings deeply wounded.

Outrage on the micro-blogging site is palpable. When you’re ready to take a look at what disappointed Apple fans are saying about the issue, take a look at some of the posts embedded below. Not even a fancy new MacBook Pro could make these people happy.

Then again, maybe it would.

In addition to the aforementioned announcements, Apple reps also discussed Mountain Lion adding a dictation feature, an update to Apple Aperture, iOS 6 features, and the integration of Siri with cars. In other words, you should have no trouble finding something to get you excited.

For more reactions, head over to #NoiPhone5. I think people are going to be complaining for a while, so stop by often to hear the last whining and complaining. For more information about the plethora of items that were discussed at WWDC 2012, pay a visit to this location.