Apple, MacBook

Apple is scheduled to hold its Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 on June 4th. There is plenty of rumours about the company’s new features and models which will be unveiled at the conference which company has in store for macOS, iOS and tvOS and watchOS.

Apple is now said to be working on a new line of computers which is under the codename known as “Star”. This new project Star is said to be the brand new device of the family, and it is going to be the touchscreen computer which will be running on the derivative of iOS as per 9to5 Mac.

The leak report does not have all details, but it shows that this new model will have some interesting features. The project Star computer will be including a touchscreen, GPS, a SIM card slot and a compass. It is said to be water-resistant. The computer is also said to be water resistant, and other things sound like the mobile device which is kin to an iPad. 9to5 Mac also has specific features on which it runs, and it is called as Extensive Firmware Interface (EFI). If the company is going for the use of EFI, then you may have an ARM-based MacBook which will be having capabilities like LTE.  Till now, it is not clear that which of the models will be getting the upgrade and what type of upgrade l. The computer is also said to be water resistant, and other things sound like the mobile device which is kin to an iPad. 9to5 Mac also has specific features on which it runs, and it is called as Extensive Firmware Interface (EFI). If the company is going for the use of EFI, then you may have an ARM-based MacBook which will be having capabilities like LTE.

As per Apple-centric sites which includes AppleInsider and The Mac Observer said that some MacBook and MacBook Pro models are now displaying the delivery dates which is after the WWDC 2018 event and as a result, it is said that these models could be the refresh. WWDC main focus is on software and app makers.  It is not clear till now about the models which will be getting an upgrade, but there is a possibility which involves Intel’s new coffee Lake CPUs. Apple might also fix the keyboards whose failure key rates are higher than normal for the models.

 

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