Apple’s already well-known for not appearing at the annual CES event, but it’s not like they needed to be there to make a name for themselves anyway. At least they’ll be appearing somewhere else to make some big headlines of their own. For that reason, what we could expect from seeing its latest tech would be none other than the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that would be held in June 2016.
Of course everyone’s expecting for the iPhone 7 (despite the fact that many seems to show disinterest in slimming the phone), and if the rumours are true, it may well be thinner and lighter. There have been reports claiming that the MacBook Air may be phased-out, but fortunately, it’s not. In fact, WWDC 2016 might just be unveiling the 11-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air Ultra (if it’s conveniently named after the thinness it provides) that could probably have a Retina display too, if it’s listening well to the fans’ prayers.
Though the Apple Watch may not be selling as hot as Apple might have expected, there’s no denying that it’s still the bestselling smartwatch so far. But Apple may be in the works of releasing a wearable that’s even better than its predecessor; possibly even naming it the Apple Watch Pro. If rumours are true, then this better be a more improved user experience on a wearable device.
Well, for what it’s worth, we’ll just have to do what we’ve always been doing towards rumours: taking them like a grain of salt. It’s only a few months away to Apple showcasing its latest products, so be patient!