Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) takes place online June 7-11. That’s just over three weeks away. So what do we expect?
It’s interesting how little we think we know this year, but don’t let the lack of anticipation fool you. This may turn out to be a year in which Apple lays the foundations for its next wave of new product launches.
All the same, when Apple goes quiet, I grow curious.
State of the transition: The Mac
Apple only recently introduced new iMacs. These are already racing to the top of the speed charts, delivering 37% gains in comparison to Intel Core i7 and i9 models, making these all-in-ones a nemesis for HP and a viable proposition for any enterprise looking to invest in new desktops.