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The WWDC are comming in this next Monday (06/04). 

Apple has plans to launch some updates of your products.



  • iOS 12
  • watchOS 5
  • macOS 10.14
  • tvOS 12



  • Cheaper iPhone X
  • iPhone SE 2
  • New iPad Pro
  • A total redesign of Mac Pro, MacBooks and (we hope) the new Mac Mini


A good hint that I give to you, its watch the WWDC at the unofficia WWDC.app. ;)

Look the pics:

Screen Shot 2018-06-02 at 10.05.14.png


We see you at Monday. ^_^

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14 hours ago, WarDoc said:

according to the leaked news 10.14 will be named after a desert should be dry as a bone feature wise like macos since 10.10

ok here for you 


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3 hours ago, IUTniun said:

ok here for you 


wrong one but cool think a night time desert setting with mountains checked leaked screenshots 

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