Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman joins us on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show to discuss the latest rumors about software upgrades and new hardware expected to be seen at this year’s WWDC, which begins on the 5th of June.
Mark is known for his precise inside knowledge of Apple’s plans and is behind many of the top reports here on MacRumors. He expects watchOS 10 to be the biggest update to the operating system since its debut, so he tells us more about what to expect and Apple’s tradition of delivering major hardware and software updates together. He also gives us a better idea of what to expect from iOS 17 and macOS 14.
We take a look at some of the top questions surrounding the two major hardware announcements anticipated for this year’s WWDC: the 15-inch MacBook Air and the “Reality Pro” mixed reality headset. We also mentioned the status of Apple’s silicone Mac Pro, which has been rumored for over two years but has yet to appear.
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