Today, Apple announces that it will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 3rd to June 7th in San Jose, California.
Usually, Apple uses the opportunity to reveal its latest software developments and future hardware plans to developers, protesters and the press on the first day. It seems the company has announced iOS 13 for iPhone and iPad as well as the latest version of the Apple Watch, Apple TV and MacOS software for Mac computers.
Last year, Apple only announced new software without a new device. But in 2017, the company used the opportunity to unveil a few new improvements on iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro and also introduced the HomePod and the 10.5 inch iPad Pro for the first time.
If Apple does not announce a new device on its event on March 25th, it is likely that they will unveil new devices including the new AirPower, AirPods 2, the rumored 10.2-inch iPad and their most up-to-date Mac Pro on June 3rd.
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