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At WWDC 2017, Apple announced about the upcoming Apple MacBook Pro. The response has been overwhelming because the crowd continued to expect more from this revolutionary Apple laptop. Although Apple MacBook Pro fans will have to settle for an internal spec improvement rather than radical design overhaul, this year's Apple MacBook is more than just a refresh. Since 2012, Apple has ditched the 17-inch Apple MacBook Pro in favor of smaller and sleeker chassis. The latest Apple MacBook Pro now comes in either 13-inch or 15-inch variants.
At WWDC this year, Apple has announced the all-new Apple iMac (27-inch) to replace its venerable 27-inch sibling which was released back in 2014. The Apple iMac receives modest updates in terms of speed and features. As the previous Apple iMac was just 3 years ago, these upgrades were supposed to bring it to 2017 standard.
The much-awaited Apple Watch 3 is making the headlines this week as its LTE feature won’t work when traveling abroad. The Apple Watch Series 3 is the first timepiece from Apple to a sport cellular connectivity. As mentioned during Apple’s launch event last week, the LTE-integrated Apple Watch wearables will have the same number as your primary line and will let you make and receive calls, enable app alerts, send text messages, and use the voice assistant – Siri. What’s even more compelling, especially for active people, is that they will allow users to stream music from a vast selection of 40 million songs without having to bring your iPhone.