Apple isn’t announcing any new products at CES. However, there are plenty of Apple-related announcements being made in Las Vegas.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in full swing in Las Vegas, Nevada. For 2020, there’s likely to be a lot of Apple-related products and announcements revealed. As they are, we’ll be updating this post. Happy CES Week!
Apple’s going to be there
Apple is making an official return to CES for the first time in decades. First reported by Bloomberg, the company isn’t attending to pitch a new product but to instead talk about consumer privacy. Jane Horvath, Apple’s Senior Director of Privacy, will be speaking at a “Chief Privacy Officer Roundtable: What Do Consumers Want?” event at the conference on Tuesday, January 7, according to the CES schedule.
Nanoleaf reveals even smarter lights
One of the most popular smart lighting companies has announced its latest product. Nanoleaf’s Learning Series is designed to minimize the use of apps, voice assistants, and routines. These new lights and fixtures are designed to learn from your behavior and preferences without the need for intervention. A new hexagonal shape launches this summer and allows for custom layouts, colors, and lighting shapes.
Latest Brydge keyboard announced
There’s a new keyboard from one of our favorite accessory makers. The Brydge Pro+ comes with a trackpad and is launching soon on an iPad near you. Lory Gil was lucky enough to score a pre-release version and offers her review here.
Netatmo announces new smart door locks and keys
Smart home accessory maker Netatmo has announced a new Smart Door Lock that comes with Smart Keys. The product works like a conventional key in many respects, but it’s also lock-agnostic, which makes it perfect for nearly everyone! Better still, it uses NFC and isn’t connected to the internet.
We’ll be updating this post as other Apple-related announcements are made at CES 2020.