With WWDC fast approaching, it’s no surprise that even more rumors are emerging. Allegedly, Apple is considering to use WWDC as an opportunity to present their revamped Mac Pro. According to a report by Bloomberg, this product has been in the making for more than two years now. And while the Worldwide Developers Conference is mainly a software event, revealing this device there will make sense, since it is designed to meet the ever growing needs of users that demand reliable and powerful tech.
The modular Mac Pro is said to hit the shops in 2020, and use a stacking system which will allow users to add whatever they need in terms of GPUs, extra storage and more. With no doubt this would be great for users that may feel pressured into buying more than what they need with the limited all-in-one Mac designs.
The report also mentions the possibility of a new external monitor by Apple, which is also likely to be discussed at WWDC in June. Some sources suggest that the monitor will support HDR, while others claim that it will have a 31.6-inch 6K display, using mini-LED backlighting.
What can we expect at this year’s WWDC? So far, detailed information can be found when software updates are concerned, while hardware reveals are still only vague rumors. This undoubtedly makes users excited to see if Apple is preparing some big tech reveal in just a couple of weeks.