Apple to announce new MacBooks at WWDC, and not a single iPhone

Apple to announce new MacBooks at WWDC, and not a single iPhone
It seems this year's WWDC will not pass without some new hardware. But what is this new hardware going to be? According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is going to introduce upgraded versions of its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro notebooks. What Apple is not expected to unveil are new versions of the iPhone and iPad. Obviously, Apple doesn't want to water down the announcements of its most popular products with some developer stuff... that, and it probably isn't ready with the new iPhones and iPads yet.

Of course, the most important thing for us during WWDC 2013 will be the announcement of iOS 7, which is supposed to be the first major remake of the venerable platform. With a new executive in charge of iOS design, we are in for a more contemporary, but still quite Apple-ish look of the OS. And when it comes to the new hardware, we'll probably have to wait until September to check it out.

via: BGR


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