Apple is about to take to the stage and reveal the future of the iPhone – and a whole lot more. But what might really show the future of the company might be what it chooses not to announce. The iPhone is its biggest and most important product – but not, at least this year, the one that will really show off its future.
As well as keeping a close eye on the iPhone and everything else that Apple chooses to unveil this week, there is plenty more to come. Here's a look at what Apple won't announce this week – and why it matters.
Apple's line-up of Macs still remains something of a mess: it is still selling the incredibly old MacBook Air, the "MacBook" is actually thinner and lighter than that aforementioned Air, and some MacBook Pros have touchbars but others don't.
And that's just the laptops. The Mac Mini has also been largely neglected, and the world is still waiting for Apple's long-promised redesign to the Mac Pro.Read more..