Mashable article It may be no secret that Apple is looking to push its TV hardware further in the future, but Apple hasn’t been doing much of that in the past.
With the recent introduction of a new TV model, the company is going to try something different.
Apple is launching a new set of Apple TV devices this fall, and they will feature Apple’s latest hardware, the iPad Pro.
Apple is also bringing a new digital assistant called Siri that will be able to answer your questions, perform other functions, and even help you find movies and other entertainment on the go.
The new iPads and Apple TV models are expected to ship by the end of the year, but that’s only a partial preview of what’s coming.
In addition to the new iPad Pro, Apple is bringing back a handful of Apple devices, including the new MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and MacBook Air Pro.
The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models are both powered by Intel’s seventh-generation Core processors, which are more powerful than Intel’s last generation processors.
Apple has also confirmed that the iPad mini and MacBook mini with Retina display will be returning to the lineup.
There’s no word on whether these new iPads will include Retina displays, but it would be nice to see Apple push back on the claim that it’s not doing anything new with Retinas.
The iPad Pro model that Apple has revealed to us features a 13-inch, 9.7-millimeter display, which should make it one of the most powerful devices available to the public.
It also features a fingerprint sensor and a 3D Touch option.
We expect to see this model feature a number of additional new features, including Apple Pay, new AirPlay streaming services, and a revamped Home button that will replace the standard button on the top of the iPad.
We can’t wait to get our hands on these new Apple TV and iPad models, but there’s not much else to say about them.
If you want to know more about the new iPads, head over to Apple’s site.
We’ll be sure to keep you up to date on what Apple has to offer, including when it’s shipping these new devices.