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For the first time in nearly three decades, Apple will have a presence at CES 2020.
But don’t expect to see any new hardware launched by the company.
The first new decade edition of the annual Consumer Electronics Show, which takes places in Las Vegas, will host a roundtable focused on privacy.
Apple’s senior director of privacy Jane Horvath will be in attendance.
According to Bloomberg, Apple last appeared at CES in 1992, when it unveiled its Newton, a proto-personal digital assistant that sported keyboard and stylus support.
While we won’t see hardware from Apple, we’re definitely going to see tech from everyone else.
Samsung, car maker Daimler, and Delta Airlines are among the companies giving keynote addresses as this year’s conference.
If you’re interested in what previous CES had in store, check our archives here.
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