Bloomberg: Apple introduces no new MacBooks and iPads to WWDC

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Not a year after the Retreading the MacBook Pro, Apple introduced a new revision with improved hardware at last year’s WWDC. The iPad Pro also received a long overdue update along with a new screen size. According to Bloomberg this year it should look different. Reporter Mark Gurman expects Apple to repeal new hardware for a later date, underscoring it with plausible facts.

According to him, Apple plans to update the MacBook Pro and the 12-inch MacBook with new Intel chips and also prepares a “MacBook Air” successor. However, the new chip sets are not ready yet and can be installed later this year. He would like to have learned from a source familiar with the subject.

Nothing new is to be announced about the WWDC in terms of iPad Pro. However, Apple is working on a redesign of the product line, which will be released later this year with Face ID.

Gurman also does not expect a new Apple Watch for WWDC. Here we also expect a redesign in which Apple will retain the previous size. However, the screen should grow by a whopping 15 percent. However, this should already be the biggest external difference. However, one of his internal sources also confirmed that the new generation will support all wristbands released so far, so they will not have to be bought again if you change hands.

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