Aaron Davis will be our guest speaker, talking about recently released Apple hardware and software. Aaron has been Apple's point person for the education market in the DC area for some time, and his willingness to discuss [released] Apple products, highlighting not only the headline-catching features but also the more subtle, useful bits, is a stuff of legend. (At least, we think so.) Possible topics (remember: Aaron only talks about things that Apple admits exist) include:
New iPhones (with transporter link options?)
New Apple Watch (maybe this one will include a transporter option?)
Apple TV+ (really doubtful it will have a transporter option)
tvOS 13 — not really the 13th version
iOS 13 — now exclusively for the iPhone, with a focus on even more robust security and usability
iPadOS — opening up a new universe halfway between the iPhone and the desktop world. Pay attention to iPadOS; it is something special
watchOS 6 — new health options, and a dedicated App Store for the watch
macOS Catalina — macOS heads back to the California coast, fully moving to 64-bit and even stronger security (but probably not a transporter option)
Mac Pro — not sure if this will exist by the meeting, but this monster, with up to 28 cores and 1.5 terabytes of memory, may be a major step toward the Singularity.
Alas, Aaron's presentation will not be streamed, though remote viewers are hoping to at least see the Q&A session.
We will also have our internationally-acclaimed Question and Answer session, performed live, without a script and possibly without audio or video! Chalk and telegraph keys may be involved.