Mobile will offer Apple's latest iPad Pro starting next week


You can now stuff even more memory into the computer.


The HomePod is due to be released in Australia in December, with the price to be announced soon (expect around $500 based on U.S. pricing).

However, the available information regarding two Radeon Vega Pro versions in new iMac Pro can not be over sighted. $749 and $949 buy you a 256GB and 512GB 10.5-inch iPad Pro, respectively and both come with a $25 gift.

Apple has been labelling the iPad as a laptop alternative for some time, but it's only with the release of iOS 11 that users will have access to features that allow for efficient multitasking, as well a hub for all of the tablet's files.

Graphics are improving all around, too.

This iPad will also have reduced borders of nearly 40%, making this iPad more compact. That means a bigger, more comfortable keyboard, while still being light enough to hold and use one-handed. In fact, Business Insider reports that the Macbook Air still runs on the Broadwell, Intel's fifth-generation processor, while most laptops today run on the seventh-generation, Kaby Lake. More on the new iMacs here in our detailed article.

The iPad Pro 12.9-inch model will come in Silver, Space Gray and Gold colours.

One thing that hasn't changed about the MacBook is the color choices.

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There's a vent in the back, and two new Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports, which, compared to Thunderbolt 2, offer twice as fast data transfer and display bandwidth.

The most noticeable improvement is the 27-inch iMac's screen. But that's it, so customers would do well not to expect retina display, additional storage or RAM.

Apple's new iMacs will all be coming to India.

The iMac Pro is extremeley impressive on paper, but isn't ready for testing just yet. When it comes to performance, the Radeon Pro 500 offers up to 5.5 teraflops supporting virtual reality and high-end gaming performance. Like the HomePod, this souped-up machine isn't due in stores until December.

The rest of the room was set up to show off the new software capabilities of the new Macs and iPads, WWDC being a conference for developers after all.

Together with Apple's other products, which are getting an upgrade, it looks like the MacBook Air is also receiving a better CPU.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro with TouchBar comes with the 7th gen Intel Core i7 processor on board.

"With major updates to iMac, and a refresh of our MacBook and MacBook Pro lines, the Mac is stronger than ever", said John Ternus, Apple's vice president of Hardware Engineering. Previously, the MacBook Pro line carried the sixth-generation Skylake processors.