(Pocket-lint) - Apple has aggregate keynote addresses planned for the period of September, wherever the Cupertino institution plans connected announcing their full lineup of products close earlier the commencement of the vacation season, DigiTimes claims.
Arriving this twelvemonth are large updates to the MacBook Pro line, wherever Apple is expected to springiness the fashionable laptops a implicit redesign visually akin to the caller Apple silicon iMac released earlier this year. Prepare for caller 14-inch and 16-inch variants with a beefier M1X processor, 7 colour choices, and the long-awaited removal of the wide retired of favour Touch Bar.
For a roundup of everything we cognize astir the upcoming redesigned MacBook Pros, click here.
What we expect an upcoming redesigned MacBook Pro oregon Air to look thing like. Render by FrontPageTech.
Further presumed to beryllium announced is an updated entry-level 9th procreation iPad with a faster processor, a redesigned 6th procreation iPad mini, and the caller Apple Watch Series 7, which is besides expected to athletics a caller all-flat chassis arsenic good arsenic an improved show lamination technique.
And of people coming this twelvemonth arsenic ever is the new iPhone 13 series, which we person covered extensively successful our rumour roundup right here. While the smartphone isn't going to spot a monolithic redesign, the notch does look similar it's apt to shrink yet for the archetypal clip since its instauration backmost successful 2017 connected the iPhone X.
Last year, Apple dispersed its' post-summer merchandise announcements passim the months of September, October and November. However, if the study by DigiTimes is accurate, we'll spot a full batch of caller Apple tech by the extremity of adjacent period - hopefully mitigating immoderate microchip shortages inactive successful effect arsenic a effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For reference, DigiTimes has a 61 per cent accuracy standing arsenic per AppleTrack.
Writing by Alex Allegro. Originally published connected 20 August 2021.