Mar 24, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 140.64 (-0.28, -0.2%) | NASDAQ: 5828.74 (+11.04, +0.19%)
“Apple will announce new products in 2017. Some will be innovative and some percentage of us will hate the changes. Others will be iterative and some percentage of us will claim boredom at the lack of change,” Rene Ritchie writes for iMore. “Either way, the year will be filled with equal parts surprise and delight and doom and gloom, just like every year. What’ll be different is the stakes. The tenth anniversary of iPhone approaches. Apple’s mobile silicon is eclipsing Intel’s and iPads are becoming serious portables. Apple Watch is doing great in a world where other wearables have all but perished, at least for now. And a choice is going to have to be made about the future of desktop Macs.”
“Apple Campus 2, the company’s biggest physical product ever, is going to ship, and perhaps forever change how everything else ships,” Ritchie writes. “WWDC 2017 will bring us iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, and tvOS 11. And there just might be a few surprises revealed along the way.”
Ritchie writes, “So, with all that in mind, here’s what I’m expected — and not expecting — from Apple in 2017!”
Read it all in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We share Rene’s beautiful dream: “Apple returns to Mac mini and Mac Pro that own their niche-appeal, are easy to update and expand, and that show the world why we still need trucks and just exactly what they can do.”