WWDC 2017

iMac Pro release date and details

iMac Pro release date and details

This morning Apple revealed the iMac Pro, the first in its line of all-in-one computers with the "Pro" moniker. This version of the iMac will be much more powerful than its predecessors and just a bit more powerful than the rest of the iMac lineup revealed earlier today. This is what Apple is suggesting will be "the most powerful Mac ever."

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Amazon Prime Video is coming to Apple TV later this year

Amazon Prime Video is coming to Apple TV later this year

As the rumors foretold, it seems that Apple and Amazon have buried the hatchet. Tim Cook just took the stage at WWDC 2017, and his first announcement was that Amazon Prime Video will soon be coming to Apple TV and the TV app. This means that Amazon Prime Video will be joining the now more than 50 channels that are included in the TV app, giving Prime customers access to their Prime Video content through Apple's TV box at long last.

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WatchOS 4 detailed: Siri, new Watchfaces, NFC expands

WatchOS 4 detailed: Siri, new Watchfaces, NFC expands

This week Apple's Kevin Lynch stood on stage at WWDC 2017 and spoke about the next big update to the Apple Watch. This new update will bring Siri to the Apple Watch, at last. It'll be like having a digital assistant available all the time - from your wrist. This update also brings a stream of information from Siri - using machine learning to make the best guess at what you'll want next.

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WWDC 2017: What to expect from today’s keynote

WWDC 2017: What to expect from today’s keynote

After a lot of talk and many rumors, the day is finally here. Today Apple delivers its WWDC 2017 keynote address, and while looking at past WWDC keynotes gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect, quite a few rumors have suggested that this particular show could be something more. According to the reports we've heard thus far, here's what to expect (and also what to hope for) during today's WWDC 2017 keynote.

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Apple’s roadmap allegedly leaked: iPhone 8, Glasses, 2018 MacBook, more

Apple’s roadmap allegedly leaked: iPhone 8, Glasses, 2018 MacBook, more

Apple's WWDC 2017 event is only a few days away now, meaning we'll soon have a decent idea of the company's plans for the rest of the year. But what about beyond that? What's Apple planning or working on that we won't find out about until 2018 or later? Well, an in-depth thread on the Apple subreddit has appeared this weekend, with a supposed Foxconn insider revealing a number of details on the company's product roadmap.

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New Mac, iPad, and more spotted ahead of WWDC 2017 reveal

New Mac, iPad, and more spotted ahead of WWDC 2017 reveal

Apple's WWDC 2017 is just around the corner, but signs of new MacBook Pro models along with updated iPads and accessories have already been spotted. The Cupertino company's annual developer conference has, for the past few years at least, been devoid of hardware announcements. That looks set to change, and in a big way, for 2017.

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Apple’s Siri speaker to be an audiophile-pleasing smart home hub

Apple’s Siri speaker to be an audiophile-pleasing smart home hub

Apple's Siri speaker may well show itself at WWDC 2017, the company's annual developer conference, next week, it's reported, though it won't ship until later in the year. The device, which will take on Amazon Echo and Google Home, will give Siri a physical embodiment within the home. However, it'll also take on other tasks to help distinguish itself in the increasingly crowded smart speaker market.

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Apple’s streaming WWDC 2017 keynote is June 5th: How to watch

Apple’s streaming WWDC 2017 keynote is June 5th: How to watch

Wanted to go to Apple's WWDC 2017 developer event, but couldn't get tickets? You'll still be able to watch the opening keynote in real-time, with Apple confirming that it will again be streaming the event when it kicks off on June 5th. From 10am PT for what will probably last around two hours, we're expecting to hear about the latest features coming to macOS and iOS, and maybe a little hardware news too.

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