Washington Apple Pi welcomes back Apple's Aaron Davis to continue his July presentation. Speaking at George Mason University, he prepared several hours worth of material on Apple's new technology and, just like a GMU prof, ran out of time to present it all. He has free rein to talk about anything he wishes, but we suspect he will talk about:
watchOS and maybe a new Apple Watch;
tvOS and maybe a new Apple TV;
iOS and maybe a new iPhone, to join a new iPad Pro;
macOS High Sierra, with a new file system and a Safari feature to prevent auto-play of videos;
and maybe some cool video of a spaceship ⦾ that landed in Cupertino.
We will also have our internationally-acclaimed Question and Answer session (someone recently wrote us from Italy), and...