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    Apple Keynote September 12

    We are awaiting in excitement the new fall Apple Keynote event.
    Some of our users are speculating to see a few new items which might include:

    • New iPhone X
    • New Macmini
    • New Macbooks - A more "accessible" version.

     

    Update!

    Well, in this Keynote we have more news about "mobile" devices, about Desktops/Notebooks, unfortunately not this time...

     

    And you? What do you want to see at the next Keynote? Share with us 😉

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