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Multiple Leaks Suggest No New Hardware at WWDC – MacRumors

Apple has scrapped plans to reveal any new hardware at WWDC tomorrow, according to leakers Jon Prosser and Max Weinbach who shared the information on Twitter.

While WWDC is usually a software-driven event, until now leaks had strongly suggested the announcement of new hardware, particularly a redesigned iMac with iPad Pro design language. Other rumored hardware announcements were AirTags, AirPods Studio, and a refreshed Apple TV.

WWDC events sometimes have no new hardware reveals, as was the case in 2018. Last year, Apple used WWDC to offer a preview of the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. It is possible that Apple has faced supply chain issues this year, and may have decided to postpone hardware announcements until its manufacturing situation improves. It may also be the case that Apple simply did not have any hardware announcements planned for WWDC.

Looking like any possible hardware has been scrapped for WWDC tomorrow 🤔
Might be wrong about this one. Would love to be wrong!
I’ll be surprised with all of you, either way!
Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) June 21, 2020


I had two sources tell me no hardware for WWDC tomorrow. They aren’t on WWDC related teams but heard it through the Apple grapevine. I’d take this with a grain of salt, but thought it was worth mentioning.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) June 21, 2020

Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman has also said he does not expect any hardware announcements at WWDC. Prosser and Weinbach are serial leakers, and both caution in their tweets that the information is somewhat uncertain.

Apple will livestream the WWDC keynote and we will be covering the event on MacRumors.com and through our MacRumorsLive Twitter account.

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Leaker: ‘iPhone 12’ to Feature Same Notch Size, LiDAR Limited to 6.7-inch Model

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Apple Launches In-Store Mac Trade-In Program in the U.S. and Canada

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Some 2020 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Users Experiencing Issues With USB 2.0 Accessories

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DigiTimes Claims 2020 iPhones Will Use Qualcomm X60 Modem, Despite Previous Rumors Agreeing on X55

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PS5: Can We Trust The Leaks? – TheGamer











Published on 09-May-2020

Sony’s PS5 leaks have been rampant since Xbox series x released their new gameplay this week. Playstation released a potential game changer, by stating it’ll fully reveal or launch on June 2nd – but is it true?

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We’ve seen plenty of PlayStation 5 leaks over the last few months, but something is different about the latest leaks from Twitter user PSErebus, who claims to have inside knowledge of Sony. They’re much more detailed than anything we’ve seen before, which has us thinking that they may very well be legit! But, of course, you can’t believe everything you see on the internet.

PSErebus believes that we’ll finally see the PS5’s final design on June 2, 2020, which means we only have to deal with one more month of concept designs and design leaks before we get to see the real thing. Sony will unveil the console at an event and begin taking pre-orders that same month. He also believes that the console will launch on November 20, 2020 and that plenty of PS4 games will be able to take advantage of the PS5’s Boost Mode on day one. On top of all this, PSErebus also believes that the final design of the PS5 will be on the cover of issue 176 of PlayStation Official Magazine UK. PSErebus doesn’t have a track record of being an accurate leaker, but the sheer amount of detail in these tweets has us thinking differently about him.

There’s more to the recent PS5 leaks than just that so enjoy the video, let us know if you believe these leaks to be true in the comments section below and don’t forget to subscribe to TheGamer for more gaming content.

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