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    What to expect at WWDC 2023: Reality Pro, iOS 17, and new MacBooks / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 30 May - 21:05

Futuristic glass-walled building permits views of surrounding forest.

Enlarge / Inside the Steve Jobs Theater building at Apple's headquarters. (credit: Samuel Axon)

Apple's 2023 Worldwide Developer Conference is just a few days away—it kicks off with a keynote on Monday, June 5. That keynote will be livestreamed (we'll liveblog it, too), and it's expected to be a doozy.

The WWDC keynote isn't always the most exciting for non-developers, as it usually focuses on iOS updates rather than exciting new hardware. There have been exceptions, though, and next week's event will surely be one of them. Apple is expected to finally unveil its rumored mixed reality headset, which has taken a long and winding path to market.

That will be the main focus, but there will be interesting new developments on the iPhone, Mac, and Watch. Here's what to expect from the WWDC keynote next week.

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    Useful accessory upgrades for your MacBook Pro or Mac mini / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 6 April - 13:00 · 1 minute

The latest MacBook Pro.

Enlarge / The latest MacBook Pro. (credit: Samuel Axon )

Apple’s latest 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros were released in January with new M2 Pro chips, alongside the new Mac mini with M2 and M2 Pro options. The range of configurations across these models offers users everything from a power-efficient document editor (though they'd certainly be overkill for that) to a full-on video and photo editing powerhouse.

Whichever you choose, you're likely going to need some accessories—that's the nature of things with any new PC purchase, but with Macs in particular. Given that, we examined a handful of accessories to complete the package and help you get the most out of your workstation.

Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and numpad for $160

(or without Touch ID and numpad for $99 )

Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and numpad

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Apple’s Magic Keyboard is my favorite keyboard pairing with either the MacBook or Mac mini. If you opt for the version with Touch ID, you gain the Apple-specific perk of unlocking your computer with your fingerprint. But aside from its Mac-compatibility, the main reason I use this keyboard is its battery life.

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    MacBook Pro : grosse baisse de prix grâce à plusieurs promos chez la Fnac / Numerama · Friday, 12 February, 2021 - 14:19

[Le Deal du Jour] La Fnac dégaine une série de promotions qui, mises bout à bout, permettent d’économiser jusqu’à 140 euros sur le prix d’un MacBook Pro 13” M1. [Lire la suite]

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    New report reveals Apple’s roadmap for when each Mac will move to Apple Silicon / ArsTechnica · Monday, 7 December, 2020 - 18:27 · 1 minute

Citing sources close to Apple, a new report in Bloomberg outlines Apple's roadmap for moving the entire Mac lineup to the company's own, custom-designed silicon, including both planned released windows for specific products and estimations as to how many performance CPU cores those products will have.

The M1, which has four performance cores (alongside four efficiency cores), launched this fall in the company's lowest-end computers—namely, the MacBook Air and comparatively low-cost variants of the Mac mini and 13-inch MacBook Pro. These machines have less memory and fewer ports than the company's more expensive devices. The Macs with more memory or ports, such as the 16-inch MacBook Pro, are still sold with Intel CPUs.

According to the report's sources, Apple plans to release new, Apple Silicon-based versions of 16-inch MacBook Pro and the higher end 13-inch MacBook Pro configurations in 2021, with the first chips appropriate for at least some of these computers arriving as early as the spring, and likely all of them by the fall. New iMac models that share CPU configurations with high-end MacBook Pros are also expected next year.

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    Test du MacBook Pro 13 (Apple M1) : l’informatique entre dans une nouvelle ère / Numerama · Tuesday, 17 November, 2020 - 14:00

Avec son processeur M1, Apple entre dans une nouvelle ère. Le MacBook Pro M1, vendu 1 449 €, est une claque technologique qui promet de faire des vagues sur le marché de l'informatique grand public et professionnelle. [Lire la suite]

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    Liveblog: All the news from Apple’s November 10 “One More Thing” event / ArsTechnica · Sunday, 8 November, 2020 - 15:00

The splash image for Apple

Enlarge / The splash image for Apple's (probably) final event of 2020.

At 10:00am Pacific time (1pm Eastern) on Tuesday, November 10, Apple will hold yet another live event—the third in as many months—to announce new products. This time, the company is expected to reveal the first Macs that will replace Intel processors with Apple Silicon, the company's in-house-designed ARM-based chips.

As with the prior two events, we'll be liveblogging the proceedings right here. Just return to this page before the show starts to see all the updates from Cupertino.

The previous two events announced two new Apple Watch models, a new iPad, and four new iPhones, among other things. But the tagline for this event is "one more thing," suggesting the focus will singularly be on Apple's long-rumored, recently confirmed ARM transition.

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    What to expect from Apple’s October 13 “Hi, Speed” event / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 8 October, 2020 - 10:45

An Apple logo is surrounded by colorful concentric circles.

Enlarge / The promotional key art graphic Apple sent out with its announcement about its October 13, 2020, product launch event. (credit: Apple )

Here we are again , less than one month after Apple's September 15 event. Next Tuesday, October 13, Apple representatives will take to the streaming stage to announce new products in an event the company has monikered "Hi, Speed." But what can we expect from the event?

Normally, Apple launches iPhones at a September event, but it didn't this year, possibly because of COVID -related delays in its testing of the new devices. Rather, the September event was primarily about the Apple Watch (there was also a new, redesigned iPad Air , along with some services announcements and a slightly modified non-Air, non-Pro, non-mini iPad).

All that is to say that iPhones are very likely to be the stars of Apple's October show. Let's get into what to expect from them—and what else we might see at the event.

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    Les MacBook Pro 13″ et 16″ avec 512 Go sont moins chers en ce moment / Numerama · Wednesday, 7 October, 2020 - 10:59

[Le Deal du Jour] Les versions 13 et 16 pouces du MacBook Pro d'Apple avec 512 Go de stockage sont en promotion sur Amazon. Le MacBook Pro 13 pouces est affiché à 1 930 euros au lieu de 2 129 euros, tandis que la version 16 pouces, initialement proposée à 2 699 euros, est désormais disponible à 2 350 euros. [Lire la suite]

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