Here What Apple Didn’t announce at WWDC20

Apple WWDC 2020

In WWDC20, Apple has announced iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and also Apple now move to its own ARM-based custom Apple Silicon Chip for future Mac’s. And the first time ever Apple has totally going to host WWDC20 virtually, developers also shared positive feedback. But there is something Apple didn’t announce at WWDC20.

Here What Apple Didn’t announce at WWDC20:

New iMac 2020 with Bezel-less design

Before the keynote, all rumors were expecting new iMac 2020 with the latest updated hardware and the new design means slim bezel display, but Apple didn’t. If Apple has announced the iMac 2020 then iMac will be the first product with its custom Apple Silicon ARM processor instead of Intel.

Apple AirTags

Previously a couple of months, Apple has reportedly worked on Bluetooth tracking tags which allows them to attach to the keys, wallets, bags, etc. These tags will be working with an Apple Find My app or iPad to help you to find your devices. AirTags will use ultra-wideband technology which allows them to work with iPhone 11 series because the iPhone 11 series has a U1 chip inside. And Apple confirms that they will be working on the tile like a tracking device.

Cheaper HomePod

Apple already says that they already working on a cheaper HomePod, but that not gonna happen in WWDC20. According to Bloomberg Apple could be launched Cheaper HomePod this fall.


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Here What Apple Didn’t announce at WWDC20
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