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Futures

2016 Entry-level MacBook Pro

The 2016 entry-level MacBook Pro is replacing the 11-inch MacBook Air, Apple's former entry-level laptop. The 13-inch Air is still available, but the 13-inch entry-level Pro now offers similar and better specs aimed at the MacBook Air faithful.

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2016 MacBook Pros with Touch Bar

The MacBook Pro saw major upgrades during Apple's live event on October 27, 2016. The portable is thinner, lighter and faster. New features include a larger trackpad, a new keyboard, Touch Bar, Touch ID and four Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports. The 2016 MacBook Pro is a major redesign to Apple's flagship notebook.

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2017 12-inch MacBook

Apple's refresh of the 12-inch MacBook at WWDC gave the Cupertino company's thinnest notebook an expected performance boost, with Kaby Lake Intel processors, a 16GB RAM option, and 50-percent faster SSDs. Barely any external changes have been made, except for updating the keyboard mechanism, with Apple keeping the physical design the same as the previous generation.

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2017 iMac

Revealed during WWDC 2017, the 2017 iMac range provides more powerful hardware for content creation, including brighter 4K and 5K displays, external GPU support over Thunderbolt 3 as part of macOS High Sierra, and upgraded Radeon Pro 500-series GPUs.

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2017 iPad

Replacing the iPad Air 2 as the budget-option iPad, the 2017 edition iPad is a "flat-out fun" tablet that offers a processor upgrade to the A9 chip and a price cut compared to its predecessor.

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2017 iPad Pro

The 2017 refresh of the iPad Pro line sees Apple replacing the 9.7-inch model with a new 10.5-inch version, while retaining the 12.9-inch original. New wider color displays with variable refresh rates to help with Apple Pencil use are joined by other expected performance improvements.

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2017 iPhone

Apple is widely expected to introduce a new premium iPhone model in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Apple�s revolutionary handset in the fall of 2017. The �iPhone 8� is intended to bring the iPhone back to the cutting edge -- almost literally.

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2018 Mac Pro

Confirmed in April by Apple itself, the 2018 Mac Pro will be a major refresh of the product line, offering high processing performance to the professional market. It is likely to be a major departure from the 2013 Mac Pro, with Apple promising the new system to be modular, potentially making it easier to upgrade.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro

Apple has expanded its iPad Pro lineup with a new 9.7-inch model, featuring many of the same features as the larger 12.9-inch model, including the A9X chip, four-speaker array, Apple Pencil support, and Smart Connector magnetic input. It launched on March 31 starting at $599 for 32 gigabytes.

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Acquisitions

Major companies are known for acquiring small, and not-so-small, startups and businesses to bolster their products and services. Apple is no exception, and has made a considerable number of acquisitions over the years, which has helped it improve the experience offered by its software, hardware, and supporting services to its customer base.

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Apple Car

Apple is believed to be working on an electric vehicle project that it plans to launch a few years down the road. The top-secret project is said to be in the works at a hidden lab named "SG5" in Sunnyvale, Calif. Internally, the effort is believed to be known as "Project Titan." Towards the end of 2016, it appeared Apple was scaling back its development efforts, but it is likely to still be working on the project.

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Apple Music

Apple's entry into on-demand music streaming is similar to rivals Rdio and Spotify, but with some key differences like Beats 1 radio and iCloud Music Library.

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Apple TV

Apple's latest set-top is is a major redesign, with the fourth-generation Apple TV featuring Siri, an App Store, an A8 processor, and an updated remote with touch and motion controls.

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Apple TV 4K

The fifth version of the Apple TV set-top box, the Apple TV 4K is a refreshed model that primarily allows users to stream and watch 4K and HDR content from the iTunes Store and other services on a 4K TV.

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Apple VR/AR

Rumors of an Apple-branded virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) solution have floated for years, with evidence of Apple's interest in the market continuing to surface and evolve over time. Numerous patents have been published, either created by Apple or absorbed from firms the company acquires, with ideas ranging from AR devices with transparent displays to VR headsets, with the additional use of an iPhone to power the technology in many cases. On the software side, Apple has launched ARKit, to help developers make AR applications for iOS devices

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Apple Watch

Prior to shipping out in April, the Apple Watch was one of the most hotly-anticipated new products in Apple's history. The company hopes its combination of activity tracking technology, information "glances," and numerous styling options will help convince consumers that the time is right to wear a computer on their wrist.

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Apple Watch 2

The Apple Watch Series 2 comes with a built-in GPS, water resistance to 50 meters, a dual-core processor, a brighter display and watchOS 3. Although the updates are needed and welcome, one of the biggest and most impressive changes came from the watchOS 3.

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Apple Watch Series 3

Launched in September 2017, the Apple Watch Series 3 keeps the classic design of earlier modes, but packs in quite a few new features. Alongside improvements including the faster S3 processor and W2 wireless chip is the addition of a new model that can connect to a cellular network without the aid of an iPhone.

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CarPlay

CarPlay is Apple's platform for using iOS devices in cars, allowing drivers and passengers to connect their iPhones and iPads to the entertainment system of the vehicle. By doing this, the car is able to use a wide variety of the iPhone's features, including managing calls and messages, using Apple Maps for navigation, and playing music.

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