Apple just officially confirms its first global event for this year which is scheduled for 23rd March. It’s the same date leakers shared before the official announcement. Considering the COVID situation, this also will be organized online.
As usual, all the tech enthusiasts and Apple fans like you and me have lots of expectations from the giant. Though the company didn’t say a single word about what it is bringing, leakers did the job. So, here are the most anticipated products that can be dropped on 23rd March.
12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED
There’s obviously a reason I put the new iPad Pro at the first. As per the reports, Apple is going to introduce a mini-LED screen into the iPad Pro for the first time. It’s gonna a next-level upgrade in terms of the viewing experience over its existing unbelievable offering. In the market, there are also rumors about an 11-inch iPad Pro, however, that will have LCD screens rather than mini-LED.
The reports also mention that the upcoming iPad Pro will be powered by an A14X Bionic chip, which is another form of the M1 SoC Apple is using inside the new Macs. The company is not probably going to change anything in the design department, as most of the consumers give more priority to performance over looks.
Lastly, 5G connectivity support in the iPad Pro is also highly expected that will be provided through Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 5G modem. Just for additional information, the same modem is already in use inside the iPhone 12 series handsets.
Apple TV 6
Well well, here’s the second one, Apple TV 6. In case you don’t know, it was rumored to drop to the market last year. Unfortunately, for any reason, Apple can’t go with the plan. But, probably the time just arrives.
If we go with the rumors, an A12X Bionic chip will be there to manage the processing department. Apple may also provide a dedicated gaming controller and a better cooling solution with the package. Not sure, how much that will affect the pricing.
Apple Silicon iMac
No doubt that Apple’s own M1 chips are the most powerful processor for a personal computer the industry ever had and it is powering the current Macs. There has hardly any intention to prevent the growth of custom silicon development right now. However, some of the tipsters are also claiming that the new silicon iMacs can also be introduced later on this year, not on 23rd March.
For the first time, Apple can bring a redesigned non-pro wireless earphone. There are so many leaked images and renders available, but expectations for not likely to launch on 23rd March are also present. Only the launch event can reveal the truth.
Words about AirTags are there in the market for a long time now, even, it was also expected to drop last year. At present, the possibilities are quite higher than earlier. However, it will not be the main focus of 23rd March. Apple could use ultrawide-band technology for location tracking and the U1 chip inside to power it. We are just a few days away from the official confirmation.