Apple confirms that WWDC 2020 is going to be big amid rumours of a new MacBook Pro, Apple Air Tags and over-ear headphones coming to this year's conference
There has been plenty of talk about Apple releasing a MacBook Pro 14, a successor to the MacBook Pro 13 and a follow-on from last year's MacBook Pro 16. Supposedly launching at WWDC in June according to Jon Prosser, the MacBook Pro 14 is expected to feature a mini-LED panel and a scissor-switch keyboard. Ice Lake processors do not seem out of the question either, considering the inclusion of them in the new MacBook Air.
Additionally, Prosser claims that WWDC will be where Apple showcases over-ear headphones. It has been two years since Ming-Chi Kuo mentioned that these were in development, while 9to5Mac claims to have spotted references to them in leaked iOS 14 code.
WWDC is apparently the first time that we will see Air Tags, Apple's long-awaited Bluetooth trackers. These have been spotted in iOS 13 betas and will integrate within the Find My app so that you can track designated items. Air Tags will work with non-Apple devices too, with MacRumors reporting that there will likely be someway of adhering tags to objects.