We are just a few days ahead of the Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference 2018 (WWDC). While the name itself suggests it to be a software event for developers, there were many leaks and rumours in the past that Apple will launch some new hardware at the event. New updated MacBook Pros, A new MacBook Air, iPhone SE 2 and some other hardware were expected.
Now according to a report by Bloomberg, Apple will only focus on software advancement at the WWDC 2018. Last year we say Apple updating its Mac lineup with latest processors at the event. This time Apple will not make any hardware announcements, yes they will update their MacBook Pro lineup and bring a new MacBook Air / MacBook 2018, but that won’t happen until later this year.
Last year, At WWDC Apple also launched its iPad Pro and many were expecting its refresh at the 2018 Apple’s developers conference. The new iPad Pro is rumoured to come with Apple’s facial recognition system called Face ID. Again this will not launch at WWDC 2018, we can expect Apple to launch all these sometime in October with September booked for the new iPhones.
Talking about the new iPhones. one of the most talked about product for WWDC 2018 was the iPhone SE 2. There have been many leaks and rumours about the smartphone hinting at an iPhone X like bezel-less display with a notch at the top. We can expect Apple to launch the iPhone SE 2 at the usual September event for iPhone.
The iPhone SE was launched in March 2016 as a special edition iPhone. Looks like in 2018 Apple will try to make some cheaper products too with a new MacBook (cheapest MacBook) and iPhone SE 2 (cheapest iPhone). But having that bezel-less display and Face ID will definitely make it more costly. While we have to wait for the Hardware, WWDC 2018 is a very important for Siri as Google assistant is currently far ahead. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and much more.
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