Apple gave a keynote on Monday at the World Wide Developers Conference announcing many new products, many of which won't be available until later this year. This includes a new version of Mac OS X, called "Mavericks", a re-imagined Mac Pro, and the next version of their mobile operating system, iOS 7. Apple did release two products immediately though -- updated 11 inch and 13 inch MacBook Airs.
After nearly 3 years, with many professionals wondering if Apple was abandoning them, Apple finally announced a refreshed Mac Pro. It's completely redesigned into a short, black cylinder less than 10 inches tall with dual Xeon processors, solid state drives, and FirePro graphics chips. It has Thunderbolt 2 and USB 3 ports for expansion. Leo thinks it looks more like a "trash can", and says that video editors and professionals don't want innovative design, they just want power! Leo thinks this is a non-starter. Find out more about the Mac Pro here.
As for iOS 7, Leo finds the design ugly. It has a lot of neon-bright colors that Leo compares to "cotton candy". Design, however, is really just personal taste, and Leo thinks that Apple mostly just changed the user interface to hide the fact that they added virtually nothing to the operating system. Take a look at the redesigned iOS 7 here.
Mac OS X Mavericks signals a new naming convention, which was previously focused on big cats. The updated operating system now will take after names of places in California, to go along with a new advertising campaign about Apple's signature -- "Designed by Apple in California".