Apple still has a few brand-new items up its sleeve and the company is preparing to reveal all them around mid-to-late October, according to AppleInsider. Pointing out a within source that has ‘shared dependable details on item introduction and timing in the past,’ AppleInsider claims Apple has set ‘internal project and advertising deadlines of mid-October,’ and plans to announce its brand-new products later on that month.
While Apple is anticipated to eventually announce a second-generation iPad Air and new iPad mini, reports have actually likewise recommended that the Cupertino company may be working on a refresh of its Apple TV and MacBook Air lineup.
While details about the next-generation Apple TELEVISION and MacBook Air have actually been slim, there have actually been plenty of leaks and reports tregarding Apple’s upcoming iPad lineup. Here’s a fast recap in case you missed them during the whole iPhone 6 and Apple Watch frenzy:
Several sources and leakages have asserted that Apple is working on a 12.9-inch iPad dubbed the ‘iPad Pro’. Many noteworthy was a report from Bloomberg that said manufacturing on the bigger tablet would begin in Q1 of 2015 and that it will be released at some time later in the year.
Several supposed images of a second-generation iPad Air rear shell have been released on various sites. The images have actually revealed that the next 9.7-inch iPad will certainly showcase volume rockers like the iPhone 6 and a relocated microphone. The second-generation iPad Air is likewise supposed to be thinner than its predecessor, according to the DigiTimes.
Various sources also assert the iPad Air 2 and possibly the third-generation iPad mini will ship with an improved version of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor found on the iPhone 5s, and the very same A8 chip that powers the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
It appears this year Apple is more focused on making things larger as opposed to adding a lot of brand-new hardware features, which is clearly not a bad idea considering that its larger iPhone designs are currently offering in record numbers.