WWDC 2017: Launch of new iPad Pro and MacBook Pro possible
With the rumor of Apple launching new iOS, Siri Smart speaker, and Magic keyboard at the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017, speculations are high about the company to launch new iPad Pro and MacBook Pro.
Even though the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017 was initially commenced to roll out OS-related updates, this year seems to be different. This year, the company has decided to launch some new-fangled devices along with the update to iOS, dubbed as iOS 11. Let us have a look at the devices that are rumored to launch at the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017 apart from the new iOS, Siri Smart speaker, and Magic keyboard.
Apple is widely rumored to roll out its supposed 10.5-inch iPad Pro at WWDC 2017 conference this week. Analyst at KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that there are 70% more chances of the company rolling out new-fangled iPad Pro at the conference. The tablet is claimed to go into huge manufacture by the end of the second quarter of 2017. The latest iPad is claimed to come in 9.7-inch footprint of iPad model with slim screen bezels.
New MacBook Pros
Apple is extensively rumored to roll out fresh MacBook Pro models running on ‘Kaby Lake’ Intel 7th generation processors. The laptops of last year came with Intel 6th generation processors. One think not clear that if Apple will refresh all 3 laptops, which it rolled out in 2016, or will just upgrade the MacBook Pro model by integrating the Touch ID and Touch Bar, which was rolled out in October 2016.
Rumors are also out there in the market about the release of the new and upcoming iPhone at the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017. But the company has declined this and said that the official iPhone will be rolled out as scheduled later this year in September 2017.
Having said this, the Cupertino-based giant is for sure to create a havoc in the market. But do not expect from the company to launch the slightest details of the most awaited and upcoming iPhone. Stay tuned for more updates on the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017.