Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled to take place at the beginning of June, and we may already know one big announcement planned for the keynote.
Earlier this month, Apple’s Phil Schiller made it known that he believes a display is still essential for a voice assistant, even for something like the Amazon Echo.
Amazon’s Alexa-Powered Echo Show Unveiled with 7-Inch Touchscreen; Priced at $229.99 and Goes on Sale June 28
Just as reports had suggested, Amazon today unveiled its latest Alexa-powered smart speaker: the Echo Show. Unlike previous Echo speakers, the Echo Show comes with a 7-inch touchscreen that sets it apart from other Alexa-powered speakers and devices in the market.
Rumors have been swirling for a little while now that Amazon has plans to unveil a new smart speaker, with this one featuring a built-in screen of some kind.
There have been quite a few rumors swirling around that Amazon is building an Echo device with a built-in touchscreen.
A new report claims that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos have buried the hatched that will pave the way for Prime Video app to be available on Apple TV. The app is expected to be released in the third quarter of this year.
Apple’s Rumored to be Finalizing Amazon Echo-Like Smart Device [Updated: May be Unveiled at WWDC 2017]
In May of last year, just before the start of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, a report cropped up that Apple was putting together an Amazon Echo-like smart speaker.
Amazon Announces the Echo Look Smart Speaker With a Camera for $200 That is Compatible with Amazon’s Style Check app
The Amazon Echo has been a big hit for Amazon ever since its debut, and the smart speaker has seen plenty of competition crop up, too.
Smart homes are a big deal these days, and both Amazon and Apple would prefer it if you embedded yourself in their technological means to control those devices.