THE Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) It's not usually the scene of major hardware releases at least recently, since when the iPhone had an event just to call its own in September. But that doesn't mean Apple's biggest event of the year usually goes blank, quite the contrary.
It is quite normal to see the company update products like MacBooks, MacBooks Pro, iMacs and others during the event because, Mac line has a direct relationship with developers, since I need to have one to run Xcode (indispensable tool for creating iOS apps) , macOS, watchOS and tvOS).
And if you were waiting for a new Apple release to switch Macs, you might get excited because it looks like we'll have at least new MacBooks and MacBooks Pro coming in June 4th.
If you enter Apple's Brazilian online store, all of these machines are in stock. But if you go into the American store, the thing changes a little bit of figure.
The custom 12 ″ MacBook with Core i7 processor is due June 6; Already the two 13 ″ MacBooks Pro without Touch Bar are due by June 4th. The "problem" recurs in Apple's English store, according to the AppleInsider.
Of the two, one: either this is just a temporary shortage and will be resolved very soon, or in fact the stocks are ending due to the arrival of new models. And the second option makes a lot of sense, because MacBooks (Pro) are exactly 353 days without receiving updates ie these models sold today were released at exactly the same time last year.
In particular, I want the high-end MacBook Pro to come with 1TB SSD now (that's 512GB on the most expensive model, not Apple?) And that they will also accept 32GB of RAM if the user wants to customize such a machine. (Unfortunately Intel is not helping to make this happen).
What's more, it's past time for Apple to also demonstrate the minimum of love for the Mac mini, which is an incredible 1,316 days without an update, and to take the current Mac Pro off the market (its last update was 416 days ago. and Apple has already announced that another Mac Pro project will be launched in 2019 (not to mention, of course, the arrival of the iMac Pro that serves precisely to fill that gap while the new Mac Pro doesn't arrive).