Apple reports new iPhones and other high-profile devices at its Cupertino campus every September. This time, things could be somewhat unique – at least timings wise, on account of the coronavirus pandemic. That being stated, we are as yet envisioning Apple to report the new iPhone lineup in September. The new iPhones, nonetheless, are only one part of the show. Like earlier years, Apple will likewise flaunt new products, including the new Apple Watch.
Here’s everything we think about Apple’s fall hardware event, which ordinarily occurs in September.
iPhone 12 series
The principle of fascination will be the iPhone 12. For the first time, there might be four iPhone 12 models in three different screen sizes: a 5.4-inch iPhone 12, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. Every one of the four new iPhones will be powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset. Also, each of the four models will feature a high-quality, OLED display. Not just that, the iPhone 12 will likewise incorporate improved cameras, and the top-end model may have 3D depth-sensing technology. According to reports, the base model of the iPhone 12 may cost $649. We have likewise heard that iPhone 12 may not accompany earbuds or a power adapter.
Apple Watch Series 6
Apple will launch a new Apple Watch model this year. It probably won’t get any extreme design change, however, Series 6 will incorporate new features and an updated processor. While sleep-tracking will be a part of the Apple Watch Series 6, the large new features of the smartwatch will be a sensor for blood oxygen monitoring.
Gossipy tidbits have been swirling for months that Apple is intending to launch an updated version of Apple TV streaming box. The theory is overflowing that the new Apple TV is prepared to send at any point soon. Presently, reports are swirling that the new Apple TV may be powered by the A12X processor and 64GB or 128GB storage. Apple TV is relied upon to accompany a brand new remote.
A few reports guarantee that Apple is intending to uncover a new location-tracking device called Apple AirTags in the not so distant future. AirTags will probably be like well known Bluetooth tracking products from Tile. Clients will have the option to join the small, round discs to luggage, backpack, or handbag and track its area. Apple’s AirTags will be followed through the new Find My application inside iOS.
Gossipy tidbits about a mini version of HomePod Mini have just become in recent months. The HomePod Mini, as the name proposes, will be a compact version of the original HomePod. There’s no word on a cost for HomePod Mini, yet a littler version likely methods an available cost. Subtleties are inadequate on the HomePod Mini, however, the mini smart speaker should offer decent audio quality for music listening in, much the same as the $299 HomePod.
Apple wants to take the AirPods to the next level with a couple of high-end, remote over-ear earphones. Apple’s branded over-ear cans might be called AirPods Studio, and they will allegedly be sold for $399. It will match the just-released Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Bose Headphones 700. The earphones are relied upon to automatically delay and resume audio playback when you expel or wear them. They will have a “retro look,” with oval-shaped ear cups and a thin, metal headband—both with separable padding for simple substitution and customization.
The iPad Pro got updated not long ago, and it’s the ideal opportunity for Apple to launch the entry-level iPad. The theory is overflowing that the new entry-level iPad will have a 10.8-inch screen with thick and chunky bezels. Else, one should expect iterative updates concentrated more on refining the presentation of the iPad. As per reports, the new iPad won’t have a drastically improved design. Pricing and accessibility are obscure right now.