SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. ( TheStreet) --

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. ( TheStreet) -- Apple ( AAPL - Get Report) kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on Monday, debuting a retina display MacBook Pro and the new iOS 6 operating system.

While Apple's army of fanboys were clamoring for iPhone 5 and Apple TV news, Apple instead focused on Mac upgrades and software.
Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference starts on Monday

The iPhone maker had already promised to highlight software at this year's WWDC, and previewed iOS 6 for its army of developers. The latest version of the operating system includes a new map app, tighter integration with Facebook ( FB), Siri for iPad, FaceTime over cellular networks and a new Passbook app that consolidates things like boarding passes and movie tickets in one place.

Apple also unveiled a new 15-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC, complete with all flash architecture and retina display, which the tech giant is touting as the highest resolution notebook display.

The Cupertino, Calif.-based company also updated its MacBook Air and current generation MacBook Pro with new Intel ( INTC) Core processors. Nvidia's ( NVDA) graphics technology also features on the revamped MacBook Pro.

Read on for more details on Apple's WWDC event, including commentary from Scott Jenkins, developer of the OptionsInsight app:

--Written by James Rogers in New York and Chris Ciaccia in San Francisco.

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