Recent reports claimed the refreshed i Pad Pro models have been delayed, but are still in the works for sometime in the near future— possibly May or June— and that would make WWDC in June a likely venue for an unveiling.
It would also be a suitable event given the professional audience of the developer conference and the introduction of i OS 11 more than likely bringing new features for the device.
Cook promised updates to each of Apple's operating systems — for the Apple TV, the Apple Watch, mobile devices and computers — plus some additional announcements that he promises will be “major.” Here's what we found out about each of them: 1) Apple's home hub is here.
Apple is updating its Macs to guard against hackers taking control -- the first time a Mac update has been sent out automatically without requiring your permission.
The automated security update protects Apple laptops and desktops from newly discovered security vulnerability CVE-2014-9295, which affects OS X and other Linux and Unix distributions.
Available in white and black, the 9 device is being marketed as a smart speaker with higher quality audio than its competitors.
It has six microphones that are always listening for the trigger phrase "Hey, Siri." It works with Apple Music and your existing i Tunes library to play tunes or podcasts.