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Coming attractions

LATE LAST YEAR, we saw a raft of new products from Apple — new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 4 in September, then new iPad Pro, Mac mini, and MacBook Air models in October. Apple is famously secretive, so we usually can’t be sure what’s coming until it’s announced, but there are always hints and rumors…

At Apple’s annual shareholders’ meeting on March 1, CEO Tim Cook said Apple is set to “roll the dice” with some upcoming products that will “blow you away.” Did he mean AR glasses? Self-driving vehicles? He didn’t say, except to indicate

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