Apple’s plans of launching a 12.9-inch and a 16-inch MacBook Pro, both introducing a mini LED display, are resurfacing, and the reports are positive. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the arrival of a mini LED will be seen at up to six devices during the next two or three years. That including the iPhone SE 2.
Apple will supposedly start with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which will be released somewhere in the third quarter of 2020. This new generation of iPad Pro will come with a mini LED screen, introducing a more powerful A14X processor.
Moreover, Apple will launch next to an upgraded variant of the 16-inch MacBook Pro around the fourth quarter of 2020, with a mini LED feature, too.
iPad Pro 2018 So Far
The third generation of iPad Pro was announced back in October 2018. The version includes new edge-to-edge Liquid Retina displays, USB-C connector, Apple A12X Bionic processor, FaceID, and enhanced 12MO and 7MP cameras. Probably the most intriguing tools introduced were the Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil.
iPad Pro 2018 is the first in its generation ever to bring such accessories. The Smart Keyboard works with a Smart Connector, and the Apple Pencil is a precision stylus exclusive.
Apple’s Future Plans For a New iPhone SE 2
The Apple Company might surprise us with another launch. There were some reports and rumors about an iPhone SE 2 arrival at a new low-cost. It could also be introduced in the spring of 2020. As we don’t have yet many details, we can only speculate and hope for the best.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated: “For the most part, the form factor design and hardware spec are similar to iPhone 8’s.” Such a report indicated that the new iPhone SE 2 wouldn’t be the smaller iPhone many are expecting.
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