New Apple products are on the way. The tech company explained at a WWDC conference this month that there is a lot to plan.
The first is the company’s response to the Amazon Echo and Google’s Home Pod. It’s a seven-inch device that Sari integrates into the Echo Home frame. It lets you watch the news, the weather, and manage your smart home appliances.
Home Pod offers an enhanced music experience. A feature called “Musicologist” works with Apple Music and transfers pagalworld mp3 requested from Master. Sound is designed to occupy space and take it beyond the capabilities of Amazon and Google.
The device is available in black or white.
The fee is about $349.A December launch date is expected over the holidays.
Need a new table? Apple is updating its iMac with an upgraded Retina display, high-end graphics, a Cabby Lake processor, and USB-C support.
The iMac Pro is also coming. This state-of-the-art device features an advanced cooling 5K display and an 18-core Xeon processor. There are also up to 4 TB of SSDs, up to 128 GB of ECC memory, four Thunderbolt 3 ports and 10 GB of built-in Ethernet.
The price is what you can expect from Apple. The new iMac starts at $1,099 for the 21.5-inch model and $1,299 for the 4K model. The MacBook Pro starts at $ 1,299, and includes the upgraded Cabby Lake processor. For those with deep pockets, the iMac Pro with Xeon processor starts at $4,999. Hope again from the ship date in December.
Speaking of a pro, what about the new iPod Pro?
The model comes in three sizes, including a new 10.5-inch model. Like the iPhone 7, it has a 12MP camera and a 7MP selfie camera.
The pad Pro supports USB 3.0 with 10 hours of battery life. A new feature called Promotion reduces the latency of the Apple Pencil to 20 milliseconds. It adjusts the pause rate to what you are watching and ate can be doubled to 120 Hz. The 10.5-inch pad Pro starts with a 64GB configuration. Pricing starts at $ 649. You can choose one now.
Apple’s new iOS11 operating system also deserves a mention. It is in beta and released to developers. One thing that makes this better is pad multitasking. Users can drag and drop the app from the dock to the split screen version of the screen. Like your MacBook, you can use touch to grab and drag folders,. You can also leave them in another app such as Mail or message.
Apple also makes it possible to search for handwritten notes in Pencil Notes.
The Apple Watch also gets a “facelift”. New faces reveal new information, like Seri’s reminders. The Fitness Focus update offers NFC-enabled data exchange and training devices. Combine the two and get the latest in calorie burn and performance.
Apple notifies developers that their tree is full of exciting new features and innovations. It will be interesting to see how the public reacts to this latest Apple choice.
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