Updated September 14, 2018 09:50:25 After the big reveal of the next generation Apple Watch, it’s time to look ahead to the big news.
With all the excitement and excitement surrounding the Apple Watch and the Apple TV, it is time to go over what to expect next from Apple’s next generation of products.
Read more Apple has announced a new lineup of products at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which starts tomorrow.
The event, held in San Francisco, has already been a major highlight of the year for Apple and its developers, with the event being a great way for developers to showcase their creations and get their work in front of a wide audience.
While we’re still waiting for the official release date of the Watch, Apple will be making a handful of announcements about its next generation products on September 12.
The most exciting ones are listed below.
Apple Watch First Look: The Apple Watch is expected to launch on September 10, 2018, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
This means that Apple Watch will be available for preorder on September 9 and the first retail units will launch on October 2.
This is the same date that Apple first announced that it would start selling Apple Watch bands.
Apple TV First Look (Video): Apple TV will launch in October 2018, with a price tag of $399 for the 4K, $499 for the 5K, and $699 for the 7K models.
It is expected that the 7-inch model will retail for $350, and the 5-inch and 4-inch models will retail at $450.
Apple TV is expected not to include an infrared remote, but it is expected the 4k model will feature the same remote as the 5k model.
The Apple Watch Series 3, the second generation of Apple TV products, is expected in 2018.
This time around, Apple is expected give users a 5.1-inch screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and an ambient light sensor that can provide up to 5,000 lumens.
The company also said that it is working on a second model that would offer more advanced features like a Siri-powered assistant.
While the Apple TVs 2-inch screens are expected to retail for around $350 and the 4- and 5-inches models for around the same price, Apple TV 4K is expected priced at around $600 and the 7k model is expected at around the $1,000 mark.
Apple is also expected to release an updated version of its Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite software, which will be announced at WWDC 2018.
Yosemite will include support for Siri and the upcoming Apple Pay service, and will include a new App Store.
Apple has also confirmed that it will launch its new Mac Pro computer, which it has been rumored to be building.
This will be a new machine, though, with it being built for a more powerful Mac Pro than the current model.
The Mac Pro will reportedly feature a new motherboard, GPU, and CPU, while a new GPU will also be added.
The Mac Pro is expected by 2019 to launch with more RAM, a bigger graphics chip, and a new Intel Xeon processor, and it will come with a new USB 3.0 port and a Thunderbolt 3 connector.
It will also include a camera and a 3D Touch display.
The computer will be powered by a 20nm process, and there is a possibility that it could be powered with a third-generation Intel Xeon Phi processor.
Apple’s WWDC presentation, which takes place on September 14-15, is one of the biggest events of the entire year, and if you missed it, be sure to catch it.
Apple will unveil the Apple Mac Pro at the event, but the company has not yet revealed any details about the new Mac OS.