September is just around the corner and, as usual, the start of autumn will come hand in hand with new devices developed by Apple. If the tradition is fulfilled, and also the leaks, the Cupertino firm will present its new family of ‘smartphones’, the presumable iPhone 13, in the middle of next month. According to information shared by industry analysts, everything indicates that the shortlist will be made up of four terminals differentiated by the sizes of their screens and their capacity: the model Mini, Basic, Pro and Pro Max.
As ‘Bloomberg’ has recently shared, the company’s launches for the remainder of 2021 will not stay on smartphones. According to the media, it is expected that Apple will take advantage of the same iPhone presentation event to show its new Apple Watch Series 7, which according to the leaks will bring news regarding sport and health. Likewise, it is pointed out that, as usual, it will be available in different finishes and colors.
It is also expected that the American technology company announces some new AirPods From the outset that, on paper, they will have a design similar to that of the current Pro model. It will be the first update that the first Apple headset receives since the end of 2019, when the pandemic had not yet transformed the world.
Regarding tablets, Apple recently put the latest generation of iPad Pro on the market, and everything indicates that the company will do the same with its Mini model before the end of this year. Previous leaks already indicated that the iPad mini 6 will begin to be marketed this coming fall. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo noted last year that this tablet will have a screen that will move between 8.5 and 9 inches. A notable jump compared to the 7.9 that the present model has, launched in 2019.
Kuo further explained that the device could have a Mini LED screen, present in the current iPad Pro and that improves the brightness of the image. Obviously, it is to be expected that it will include a new chip, possibly the next A15, and that it will continue to be compatible with the Apple Pencil.
Likewise, it is to be expected that the American firm will give a facelift to its MacBook Pro, which hit the market in 2019. According to ‘Bloomberg’, the arrival of the new computer, available with 14 and 16-inch screens, will take place two years after the launch of the previous model. Which is supposed to hit the shelves before the end of November. As with the iPad Pro, and the presumable iPad mini 6, it is to be expected that they will incorporate Mini LED technology. They would also bring the company’s own-made chip, the M1.