New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference
06 June, 2017, 06:26 | Author: Cecelia Webb
The rumor has been a talking about a dark mode for the display. However, with the iPhone 10th year anniversary going on, we may also expect a complete visual overhaul as part of a special iPhone update.
The MacBook Pro 2017 model is nearly certainly going to be shown, but fans who are looking forward to an external overhaul shouldn't get their hopes up as Apple is likely just going to upgrade the machine's internal modules.
The event will also see the tech firm discuss the next versions of software that power the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
Watch OS 4 is expected to feature an en even tighter focus on digital health with support for accessories such as external sleep trackers and glucose monitors. However, we are a little skeptical on this as Apple is notorious for not allowing competitors on their platforms. Everything that makes a mean Apple Empire, it may be revolutionary, but no reason not to believe the informants no, because Foxconn assembles 90% of technology from Apple.
It's the day before WWDC 2017: The Artificial Intelligencing, where Apple can brag about its new circular Park campus, advanced adoption of its Swift Playgrounds and, oh yeah, a lot of hardware. Apple is widely expected to announce new MacBooks with Intel's "Kaby Lake" 7th generation Core processors.
It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that Apple has a preference for streaming to iOS devices, right? The iMac desktop line is in need of an update since not must has changed since the last update in 2015. Apple generally makes crucial software announcements at WWDC each year, and this year too we can expect the same.
The 13-inch MacBook Air might be resurrected as it remains a bestseller. Apple's Mail and Safari apps could also get support for the Apple Pencil, and new iPad Pro related features could be announced. Many rumours point to Apple releasing an all new model with a 10.5-inch screen with the same physical dimensions of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. According to MacRumours, Apple analyst Mich-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has said, " We believe there is an over 50 [percent] chance that Apple will announce its first home AI product at WWDC in June.
An entirely new Apple TV with finally offering 4K support.
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