We are now 4 months away from Apple WWDC, one of the biggest tech events of the year. Apple uses the event to showcase new software updates and hardware. We are expecting to see a lot of new things at this year’s event, one of which includes a new Mac Pro. In reality, the Mac Pro has not seen a major upgrade for 6 years, which raises concerns that Apple will discontinue the series. The Mac Pro was first introduced back in 2006 and received a wide welcome out there. The Mac Pro lineup serves as a workstation that’s designed for those who are looking for a high-end computer. However, iPhone and MacBook have been Apple’s main focus in recent years, so the Mac Pro has been ignored.
According to reports, Apple will announce the new Mac Pro at this year’s WWDC event. This adds up to what we heard in previous rumors say that Apple has been working on a new Mac Pro for years. In reality, Apple hardly releases hardware products at its WWDC event, but we are expecting something new this year. Apart from a new Mac Pro, Apple is believed to announce a cheaper HomePod at the event. The HomePod is Apple’s first smart speaker that made its debut back in 2016. Sources say that the affordable HomePod will target emerging markets like India or Brazil at launch. However, there is no word on the pricing.
Besides, Apple once confirmed that a new iMac is on the way this year. However, it remains unknown when we are seeing it. Sources also claim that Apple will announce its first TV service at the event. Apple’s move aims to compete with Netflix and Amazon Prime on the market. In reality, the Cupertino firm has been in talks with the content provider in an attempt to add more TV shows and programs to its TV service.
Apple is expected to announce new iPhones this year. The new iPhones are rumored to come with a new design, new hardware, and a load of new features. The next iPhone will take on Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, which made their debut in New York.
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