Apple may have been all about updating gear last week, but this week, it's showtime, as the company engages services across Apple TV, iPad, and iPhone.
Not sure what the year looks like for macOS, iOS, and keen to see a new computer or two? There's a good chance you will in June.
You may not be cruising the cryptocoin and Bitcoin boat, but if you are and you use Mac or Windows, watch out: malware is about.
Apple's regular mid-year update of technology and software that is the Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) is happening again in June, so what will happen: what is Apple likely to launch?
If you've been looking for a reason to start learning to code or indulge in a bit of application education, you might want to try your local Apple Store.