t’s a good news for Apple fans as the tech giant is reportedly gearing up to launch new additions of iPad, Apple Watch and Mac in the next few months.
According to Tech.Co, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kou, who has been named as ‘the world’s most accurate Apple analyst’, has published a report for investors on products which would be revealed at the next Apple event to be held in September.
Here’s what is expected:
It is expected that Apple is looking at introducing newer tablets to the line-up, with one of the newest additions reportedly having an 11-inch screen and another being a 12.9-inch iPad pro. It is believed that the company is also planning to introduce Face ID in tablets.
However, there seems to be no updates for iPad Mini.
Based on the recent reports, it is said that the company is set to launch three models of iPhone soon, one of which will be coming in 6.5 inches, larger than the current 5.8-inch iPhone X.
Apart from this, a 5.8-inch OLED model and a 6.1-inch LCD model are also on the cards. The Home button would be removed from all iPhones and the Face ID would be retained, as per the rumours.
Reports suggest that there will be additions to the MacBook, iMac and Mac Mini. While these are expected with simple CPU updates, there will be a ‘low-cost’ notebook among these models.
Two new watches are said to be on the cards this time with a slight size increase, measuring 1.57-inches and 1.78-inches.
Siri functionality is expected to be added to the wireless headphones range. Reports also suggested that the next range will be waterproof.