“Apple fans and Wall Street were clearly disappointed when Tim Cook announced, during April’s quarterly conference call with financial analysts, that Apple’s new product rollout would commence this fall,” Gene Steinberg writes for The Tech Night Owl. “Why should it take so long? Isn’t something missing?”
“Well, it seems that Apple appears to have different plans in mind. It is already known that Apple will demonstrate new versions of iOS and OS X at the WWDC, which begins on June 10. It also appears that these will be major upgrades, with a number of interface changes shepherded by chief designer Jonathan Ive, who took control of the software division last fall,” Steinberg writes. “But that’s just the software. What about the hardware? That’s what generates most of Apple’s business. I suppose it’s likely that the most significant hardware intros will arrive this fall, but there are reports of reduced stocks of the MacBook Air and the Mac Pro. This would appear to indicate that new models are pending.”
Steinberg writes, “The real question is whether the promised Mac Pro upgrade will debut at WWDC.”
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