Less than two months away from Apple's other annual appointment, WWDC 2020. After major changes to the programs created by the COVID-19 epidemic, the company decided to turn the event into a full-fledged Internet, albeit still unclear. In any case, it is clear they will be helped to present some of their stories in the coming months, especially when it comes to software.
In this way, and as they are now accustomed, the main "prostitutes" of the community begin to teach some of their conclusions by thanking the information from their sources. And among them, we find Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, a very reliable one with a significant success record
Among the more relevant information we receive rumors of hardware releases and upcoming software issues. For example, you have shown that we can have it the new MacBook Pro, Apple TV and the first ARM-chip Macs for this year, as well as the iMac redesign. We'll have a new generation of iPhone with the same design as the current Pro, though they have features like ProMotion, LiDAR or 5G mmWave set for the Pro range.
Ideally, there are a few bad news, or at least rumors that we hope are not true, to begin with because there would be no XCode upgrade project for the iPad Pro, as mentioned earlier. Also, we won't have any new AirPods Pro this year either, and the good news about the Apple Watch would be limited when the sleep track was introduced. It is, of course, a true angel project that can continue to stand, albeit without much development.
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Of course, we must always take this information for granted, rumors. Although Mark Gurman has a good record, it is so complicated that all predictions come true, and not surprisingly, some of these remain in the water paper. So, it's possible to keep our expectations low, and that in a tough year like this, it wouldn't be surprising that Apple's plans take a strong chance.