Expected announcemets from Apple WWDC 2017 on September 12
Expected announcemets from Apple WWDC 2017 on September 12, 2017.
- New MacBooks
- iPhone 8
- Siri speaker
- New iMacs
- New iPads
- Ios 11
- Mac os
- Apple watch
Apple has sent out invitations for its next press event on 12 September, when we could see a new iPhone, Watch and Apple TV
Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote just wrapped, where key executives Craig Federighi, Phil Schiller, and, of course, Tim Cook, took the stage to announce updates headed to iPhones, MacBooks, Apple TV, and more. But these 9 things will have more focus as these things have been in rumours since a long while. Many leaks and rumours have already made the geeks to wonder what could be the change that apple will bring to its products.
The iPhone 8 will undoubtedly to be the star of the show, but it is not the only new product that Apple is expected to unveil at its autumn event.
Rumoured features for the pricier iPhone 8 include facial recognition as an alternative to Touch ID, a dual-lens camera with possible vertical configuration, a nearly all-screen design with Apple’s first OLED display and a stainless steel and glass body.
Apple will also be announcing iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, with some major hardware improvements. They will be almost identical in appearance to their predecessors, but will probably feature upgraded processors, cameras and storage options.
Faster processors and storage, more powerful graphics, more memory and the best Mac Retina display yet.
New seventh-generation Intel Core processors give MacBook Pro and MacBook even faster performance.
Imac will get powerful processors and Graphics. And also will get better screen then the previous one.
WWDC 2017 kicked off on June 5 and Apple used the event to launch iOS 11, the latest version of the operating system found on the iPad and iPhone. Loads of great new features were announced, including significant updates to existing apps, so go check out our coverage for all you need to know.
The iPad Pro will now be available in three different sizes, with a new 10.5-inch model introduced today. There’s a 12-megapixel camera, just like the iPhone 7, with a 7MP selfie cam. It supports USB 3.0 and has 10 hours of battery life.
This latest Pro is the first iPad ever to strike a new sweet spot of 10.5-inches, designed to allow for a more comfortable typing experience with a full-size on-screen keyboard or Smart Keyboard. The gorgeous ProMotion screen and seriously slim bezels make it an instant winner.
The upcoming version of macOS will be called High Sierra, and it comes with updates to Safari that help block site trackers and auto playing videos. Apple’s also added new photo-editing tools like curves (helpful for those who don’t have Adobe Photoshop), and it has better filtering tools to sort images by keywords or faces.
An updated file management system will be a part of the update as well, which speeds up directory cloning with native encryption. On the graphics end, there’s a second version of Metal, support for VR, and a Metal 2 developer kit that you can order with an AMD GPU to tune apps for external graphics.
Apple introduced a new ARKit to let developers build augmented reality apps for the iPhone. The kit can help find planes, track motion, and estimate scale and ambient lighting. Apple seems to be betting on ARKit to provide impressive quality imaging through a device most people already own.
All these things are going to be the biggest announcements from Apple WWDC 2017 on September 12. And that will be te day when everything gets clear, and we will know what apple has new to surprise the whole tech world.