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Apple's lengthy keynote at WWDC 2017 brought with it a bunch of new announcements and updates to the company's line of existing products and services.
The beefier iMac Pro is coming that features improved processor, support, and horsepower.
The next MacOS called High Sierra will upgrade performance and bring along a new zippier file system.
Apple's mobile operating system has been updated to iOS 11, and features improved camera effects, new notification design, and the ability to better control settings on your phone.
Apple also teased the company's augmented reality technology and showed the audience an impressive demo using just an iPhone and an iPad.
Finally Apple debut its new iPad Pro that will feature HDR video, improved screen refresh rate and more power than ever before.
Before it was all said and done though, Tim Cook unveiled the Homepod, the Siri infused smart speaker that will go for 349 when it's released in December.
It's a category that of course Apple already has a lot of competition in.
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