Apple ( (AAPL) ) unveiled the HomePod, a high-end speaker that represents its latest foray into home entertainment, at the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. The device is the tech giant's first smart speaker to compete against the likes of Amazon's ( (AMZN) ) Echo and Alphabet's ( (GOOGL) ) Google Home.

Apple's high-end iMac Pro will start at $4,999 and will be available for sale in December. The desktop will support 8, 10 and 18 core Intel ( (INTC) ) Xeon CPUs, as well as AMD's next-gen Vega GPUs.

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