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Thursday, 1 June 2017

Apple registers new MacBooks, iPads and a Magic Keyboard for WWDC

When the river sounds, water carries, and there are already many rumors suggesting that Apple will present several hardware products during WWDC 2017 to be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Although the Global Developer Conference is software-centric, Apple could feature a 10.5-inch iPad, a 12.9-inch iPad, new MacBook, a Siri Speaker and a Magic Keyboard .

As indicated by Consomac Apple has registered these products under different identifiers. Interestingly, MacBook IDs belong to current models. We do not know if it will be a registration error. As for the identifiers of the iPad and the Magic Keyboard are new.

Apple to present hardware and software at WWDC

As you can see in the image we share below Apple has registered up to four different models of iPad with these identifiers: A1670, A1671, A1701, and A1709. In theory it should be two Wi-Fi models and two Wi-Fi + Mobile data models.

Although it is not yet clear which iPad models will present the company's apple bite, based on previous rumors we could say that it is a 10.5-inch iPad and a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

But the most surprising and remarkable information of this filtration is a new wireless device that seems to be an Apple Magic Keyboard . The model has the identifier A1843 and could be an update of the last model that was presented at the end of 2015.

Among the new features that Apple could incorporate into its Magic Keyboard could be a battery upgrade and a redesigned design.

In the WWDC of 2017 Apple will present, in addition to the new hardware, the latest versions of iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 . As we have been doing for many years, we will make a wide coverage of the event so you do not miss a single detail.

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