¿Cuándo creéis que presentará Apple su nuevo Mavericks?En Apple
Well, enough about iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s… Whoever likes it, perfect… Whoever doesn’t, too. It doesn’t matter anymore, what’s done is done. or so they say… I think many of you already know my opinion, so it is superfluous to repeat it. Let’s focus on today’s question and I’m looking forward to OS X , we need the news presented at the developer’s conference.
We want Mavericks, we want to see another Keynote , where we present the news related to OS X and who knows if there are any new developments in Hardware. So this week’s question is:
And I don’t want you to limit yourselves to a simple date. I’d like to know what new hardware you think (or would like) this Keynote presentation will bring. Will we see new MacBook Pro? New iMac? New Mac Mini? Will the Mac Pro bring us any surprises?
My partner Miguel Lopez was asking us this week about the recent Keynote presentation of the new iPhone. He was wondering if all the rumors would be confirmed or if we would have some important news that had not been disclosed. The most voted answer by all of you was our reader isaak73 :
I have something to add to all this, and it’s something I realized after the last developers’ conference. Apple has a “problem” in its Asian production chain . Every new thing planned by the company that ends up being assembled in its suppliers in China ends up being known before its presentation. What’s more, all the rumors that have been leaked (in terms of photos) have always come from Asian media.
If we look at the Mac Pro, which will presumably be made in the United States. We knew little or nothing about it until its release . It was talked about, we knew from Tim Cook himself that they were working on it, but we knew nothing about its shape, let alone pictures. We could only know the concept that Apple was working on. But that’s all, isn’t it?
Remember that you must answer my question in the Apple answers section . Next week we’ll come back with a new question and we’ll comment on the answer to this one, which has received the most votes from all of you.
At Apple Answers