Leaker reveals news for HomeKit at WWDC 2021

There are a few hours left for the WWDC to start, but the leaks time is not over yet. According to leaker L0vetodream, Apple will not introduce any new hardware at WWDC 2021, but there will be software news, including for HomeKit.

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The last time Apple introduced hardware changes at WWDC was two years ago, when the company introduced the new Mac Pro and the Pro Display XDR. In the last month, several leakers, including Jon Prosser, have repeatedly indicated the possibility that Apple would announce a new MacBook Pro during WWDC 2021.

L0vetodreamInstead, he believes Apple will only focus on software. Clearly at the moment we don’t know if this is just a leaker hypothesis or not. On the software side, however, there could be interesting news, including a “new user interface”. While this is just speculation, Apple may be making changes to the iPhone and iPad lock screen, notification center, and notifications themselves. Furthermore, watchOS could also be renewed on the interface side.

Finally, the leaker revealed that the launch of the new Apple TV and HomePod mini was only the beginning of the new path taken by Apple for the smart home sector and that there may be several news also for HomeKit. Among these novelties there should be the Thread technology and Gigabit Ethernet.

Very little is missing now, so we just have to wait to find out all the news. Follow the WWDC 2021 live stream with us on Twitch.


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