Sharpen your credit card, the Apple Store is down: Apple introduced a number of innovative products at its June WWDC event, only to announce that customers would be able to order them later this month. It appears that Apple is revamping its store, probably to make some of those delicious bite-sized pieces of carved-out aluminium goodness available for order, as the end of the month approaches by the minute.
what can we anticipate?
As Greg put it, the corporation made a tonne of announcements, but most of them had nothing to do with hardware. This includes, uh, this parade of foolishness. Ahem.
Anyway, here are a couple of the hardware announcements that you can really touch that we anticipate will become available for purchase:
- The new M2 processor itself, however, it’s likely that you’ll need to order a computer to obtain one since Apple doesn’t often allow you to “raw-dog” its hardware just yet.
- According to Brian’s review of the MacBook Pro, To the delight of some and the hearty eye-roll of others, it even signals the return of the touch bar (myself included).
- Brian also tested the brand-new MacBook Air from Apple with an M2 processor for TechCrunch.
Once the store reopens and we have determined what has changed and how you can use your credit card this time around, we’ll update this post.