After a year with multiple launches and plenty of rumors, the list of products that are expected to arrive before this one ends is considerably long. From the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 to third-generation AirPods or 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, it looks like Apple will choose to split so many launches into various events.
A very, very interesting fall awaits us
In the latest edition of his weekly newsletter, Mark Gurman specifies that Apple is preparing several events for this fall. The first will, of course, be the presentation event of the new iPhone 13. Although according to the Bloomberg reporter this iPhone should be a “classic model S”, Apple will surely end up calling this iPhone “iPhone 13”. An iPhone with a smaller notch, new cameras, A15 processor, 120Hz ProMotion for Pro models, and more.
In that same event, we’ll see the new Apple Watch Series 7. Here, Gurman expects “a bit of an overhaul” with a flatter screen and improvements in internal technology, including a faster and more powerful processor. Rumors suggest we might see an Apple Watch with a square design, similar to the iPhone 12.
Then we should see the launch of the new third generation AirPods. Some AirPods which Gurman says will “have a very similar design to the AirPods Pro, including a new in-ear shape and shorter legs.” A launch that will represent “the most important update of an AirPod since the launch of the first model in 2016, according to the journalist.
New iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7. Completely redesigned third-generation AirPods. All-new upgrade for iPad mini and iPad education. 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M1.
Also this fall we will see the launch of the new iPad mini 6 as well as the 9th generation iPad. Du Premier Gurman claims that “it is destined to become a favorite of many fans with its little edges after a complete overhaul. The latest rumors claim that this iPad mini has an A15 processor, a USB-C connector and a Smart Connector. the second, the entry-level ninth-generation iPad, Gurman has just announced that “a thinner and faster iPad for students is coming.”
To close the list of new features, Gurman tells us about the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro. We don’t expect these computers to be released in September. The Bloomberg reporter says these new Macs are expected to appear just as the current 16-inch MacBook Pro turns two years old, which puts us in November. Macs which will complete the transition to Apple’s silicon from the Apple portable range and which will inaugurate the arrival of mini-LED screens on our computers.
In fact, the list of new things we will see before the end of the year is the most interesting. News that in almost all cases goes beyond simple updates to complete overhauls or significant internal changes. We do not know if we will see two or three events, we will not know if there will be an audience or they will be entirely virtual, what we do know is that the wait will be more than compensated. Indeed, from today, the invitation to the first of the events can arrive, we will therefore be attentive.
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