5 Things We Didn’t Hear About at Apple’s WWDC

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There’s no doubt that Apple’s first-ever virtual Worldwide Developers Conference was chocked full of cool new announcements last week, along with an all-new format that let Apple’s executives and engineers show off the new features coming to iOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS Big Sur in a whole new way.

As great as the news was about Apple’s new operating systems and its transition to ARM-based Macs, there were a few other things that were rumoured for WWDC that never quite materialized. While it’s perhaps not surprising that a developer-focused event would focus on, well, developers, and therefore by extension mostly software — and the leakers got a lot right in that area — Apple has set a precedent for dropping hardware announcements during the event in prior years. Read on for 5 things that we thought were coming at WWDC that didn’t show up.

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