iAppleStuffs, cannot fully confirm the authenticity of the email, but it does appear to originate from Apple’s corporate servers based on full headers we saw. Time cook sometimes responds to the customer’s email, once he said that, he checks his every email. Here is the screenshot of the email:
Anyways, Apple has released the iOS 10 GM (final version), watchOS 3 (GM), macOS Sierra (GM) right after the iPhone 7 release. The macOS Sierra will be finally released to the public on this 20th September 2016. If you want to install the final version of it now then you can install it by registering your device to the Apple Developer Account as the macOS Sierra is already available to the developers now. We are offering iPhone, iPad, iPod and mac UDID registrations to Apple Developer Account only for $15 for a year subscription. So if you want then you can add your iPhone/iPad/Mac/Apple Watch to Apple Developer Account here > and enjoy all the beta versions early always for a year.
Apple is soon likely to announce the new mac in this October. An update to the Mac lineup at some point is inevitable, and the bigger focus is now on when that will happen. The latest word is that Apple will release new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models with USB-C ports as early as October, while updated iMac models with an option for new AMD graphics chips are also in the works.
That report reiterated rumors that the new MacBook Pro will be thinner and include an OLED-based touch bar along the top of the flatter keyboard, which will present functions that dynamically fit the current task or application, as well as integrate Touch ID to enable users to quickly log in using their fingerprint.
Our own Mac Buyer’s Guide shows that it has been 479 days since the MacBook Pro was last updated, while the MacBook Air has not been refreshed in 550 days. Similarly, the Mac mini has not been refreshed in 694 days, while the Mac Pro is five days shy of 1000 days since its last update. iMacs stand at 332 days. That’s all so far now.
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