New MacBooks And iPads Missing In Action This WWDC 2018- Watch Out For The New Apple Watches
WWDC 2018 is lurking around the corner and tech enthusiast are looking forward to what will happen in this year’s conference. As the days come closer, there will be a lot of news floating around Apple’s products and announcements.
Reported earlier, Apple will get a few boosts on their MacBook lineup with MacBook Pro 2018 and their rumored MacBook Air 2018 — That will get a new chipset from Intel — will either be revamped or will get a new branding for their entry for the low-cost laptops in the market. However, In this year’s WWDC, we might not these highlights and Apple might save their act later in the coming months.
According to the reports from Bloomberg, we might have to wait until later this year for us to get our hands on some of the new Apple Products. A redesigned iPad Pro dubbed as iPad Pro 3 with Face ID is also said to be included in the release alongside the new MacBook Pro 2018 and MacBook Air 2018.
Apple Watches will surely get an upgrade according to Ming-Chi Kuo in a report from 9to5Mac. Up to 15% larger display than its predecessor, longer battery and an enhancement in health monitoring sensors that monitors not only the heart rate. Apple Watches might also feature a thinner bezel for a better aesthetics that will standout compared to the previous models.
There are no concrete pieces of evidence yet to determine if these new Apple Watches will be bigger in size to make room for the larger screen or would it be the same with a compact structure that will fit the mentioned upgrades.
Originally launched 3 years ago, Apple Watches is looking for a giant leap this year in the wearable department and they really need this one since Apple Watches’ watchOS hasn’t been considered as one of the major platforms in the market. We’ll just have to wait if the new series of Apple Watches will become available next week or at a later date.
Apple Fans will be looking forward to what will unfold next week at WWDC 2018. Stay tuned and be informed.