Despite the fact that Apple has been working on its original content for nearly two years, sources indicate that most of the company's movies and TV shows are "still in development", suggesting that little, if any, of Apple's original content is going to be show up at launch time. This year, Apple is expected to unveil the iPad (7th-generation) that will retain the conventional headphone jack and Touch ID.
Apple previously launched a 10.5-inch iPad Pro in 2017, but the alleged upcoming version will be a non-Pro variant, according to the tweet. We don't understand its position in a lineup alongside the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro and an 10.2-inch 7th gen iPad. It even announced the HomePod and a 10.5-inch iPad Pro. The tipster initially was known for predicting last year's iPad Pro models alongside revealing the names of the iPhone XS, Xs MAX and the iPhone XR models prior to the launch.
Apple will host WWDC 2019 from June 3 to June 7. The service could cost $15 a month, and may work with multiple devices, or be confined to Apple hardware - depending on which rumors you believe. It is unclear how Apple plans to differentiate between the two iPad models given their surprisingly similar screen-sizes. Many Apple users aren't expecting any new hardware at the March 25 event, which is instead geared toward Apple's Services.
North Korea Withdraws from Liaison Office with South Korea
President Trump had said at the time that Mr Kim had asked for the removal of all sanctions - which the USA could not agree to. This is seen as an attempt by the U.S.to punish China for allowing its companies to continue illegal trade with North Korea .
Reports say Apple is planning to release a new 10.5-inch non-Pro iPad, as well as an iPad featuring a 10.2-inch display.
Sources cited by DigiTimes claim that the new iPad models, as well as the AirPods, will be officially introduced at Apple's March 25 event, which will revolve around Apple Video, the iPhone-maker's movie streaming service.