Apple has just released its latest smartphones last month which are the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro devices. While we know that both of these smartphone series’ has gotten off to a great start, we do know that Apple has other plans regarding its products as well. The company is going to release a new 16-inch MacBook Pro device which will be the first time that we see a MacBook which comes in a display size bigger than the regular 15-inch. On the other hand, we are also expecting a refresh to the iPad Pro’s redesigned lineup that was launched around the same time last year.
However, Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo reveals, according to a MacRumors report, something that will disappoint fans of Apple’s iPad lineup waiting for an iPad Pro. Because Kuo says that Apple will launch its new iPad Pro in the first half of 2020 rather than this month. Along with the iPad Pro, w will also get the iPhone SE 2 which is said to be coming with an Apple iPhone 8-like chassis and Apple A13 bionic chip.
On the other hand, a new AR headset from Apple is also said to be coming next year. However, Kuo reveals that this headset will be released by Apple in partnership with “third-party” which does not reveal much about them. But what we can expect is that Apple will partner with AR headset makers for the same.
Interestingly, Kuo also mentions that a new Apple MacBook with redesigned keyboard which will be equipped with scissor-switch keys is also expected. But the confusion here is that we are expecting the 16-inch MacBook Pro to come with scissor-switch keys so we believe that Ming Chi-Kuo is referring to a different MacBook Pro device here. Also, he earlier reported that Apple will switch all of its MacBook devices to the new scissor-switch keys by end of 2020 which means that we might have already seen the last devices launched with butterfly keyboards which were the upgraded MacBook Pro devices earlier this year.
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