Last year’s pattern of Apple keynotes followed a rather identified design, with the Worldwide Developers’ Conference in June quickly followed up by the iPhone (and Apple Watch) event in September and the iPad revitalizes soon after that. However with a brand-new smartwatch on the horizon, one which, as Tim Cook stated recently, is on track for April release, we understand that there’ll go to least one major occasion prior to this summer’s designer celebration, and according to a new report, the Cupertino is preparing to hold a major news at the end of this month.
Sources of French blog site iGen case that claimed occasion could occur on Tuesday 24th February, and with a rather decent track record, there’s no reason to disbelieve the tale. Considered that the keynote will possibly play host to the official introduction of Apple Watch, though, it does seem a bit soon, specifically as iOS 8.2 – – a major software program update that includes everything essential to integrate the wearable with iPhone – – was scheduled for a March roll-out the last we listened to.
Whether Apple Watch will also be a part of process at this not-yet-confirmed celebration refers pure conjecture, but apart from the wrist computer system, Apple has one more instead interesting job long overdue for launch. Therefore, we may lastly view the redesigned 12-inch MacBook Air in an official capacity following the recent wave of dripped info.
As each the leakages, there’ll be far more to it than simply a 12-inch screen, though, with Apple having relatively drew out the quits to improve general performance whilst still downsizing in regards to type factor. The fact that the 12-inch MacBook Air could do away with a lot of its (remaining) ports will certainly no question ruffle the feathers of some users, but a bit like the backlash following the elimination of the optical drive from the MacBook Pro in 2012, the wider selection of enhancements must still suffice to win those early skeptics over.
We’ll be keeping tabs on this report to see if it carries any weight, so stay tuned for more advancements!