Cupertino-based technology giant Apple is said to be considering to reveal its revamped Mac Pro at its WWDC 2019 developer’s conference that is scheduled for June this year. This is rather unusual on Apple’s part as the company’s WWDC conference is usually just focussed on software-related announcements. But then, Google is also making an exception at its I/O 2019 conference by launching its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones, so it would not exactly be surprising to see Apple do the same.
Besides this, considering that Mac Pro is aimed at demanding users, it makes sense for the company to talk about it during WWDC 2019, as most of its audience there would be developers. And who can be a more demanding user than developers themselves?
The report about Apple’s plan first surfaced on Bloomberg, and the publication also said that the Cupertino-based technology giant may be looking to make its external monitor once again. It has also been suggested that this too, will be launched at the WWDC 2019. The monitor is suggested to come with HDR support. According to other reports, the monitor by Apple will come with a 31.6-inch 6K screen and have mini-LED backlighting that will enhance the display’s contrast and make it as good as OLED.
This is all that Apple is reportedly considering to unveil at its WWDC 2019 conference. However, we should mention that the company is said to be working on other hardware and there are no clear timelines for them yet. For instance, an updated MacBook Pro that will have a 16-inch screen and come with a revamped design is being worked upon. Along with this, Apple is also adding a 32GB MacBook Pro model that will come with a 13-inch display.
It is worth mentioning that Apple usually takes wraps off its new MacBooks in fall. According to a report in 9to5Mac, Apple is working on a tracking service that is similar to Tile, that is expected to be announced in September.
Apple’s WWDC 2019 conference is all set to begin on June 3. While Apple has not spoken much about it, there are a number of reports that suggest what one can expect to see at the event. The most talked-about changed that are expected are Dark Mode for iOS, iPad apps and Siri Shortcuts on Mac, and some options of multitasking.