Apple is predicted to release a new 27-inch iMac model featuring a backlighting module based on mini-LED technology and dynamic refresh rates up to 120Hz, among other things.
Apple is predicted to release the new 14-inch and 16-inch M2 MacBook Pro notebooks powered by its own silicon in October or November of 2021, as per supply chain chatter.
Apple should launch its widely expected mini-LED MacBook Pro models sporting 14 and 16-inch displays and other perks sometime between September and November of 2021.
Having refreshed the iMac all-in-one desktop with a new design and the M1 chip, Apple is now expected to release new 14 and 16-inch versions of its MacBook Pro notebook featuring not only Apple silicon but also mini-LED display technology which debuted on the new iPad Pro.
The next flagship 12.9-inch iPad Pro could be in short supply when it drops later this month as Apple's suppliers are reportedly facing production issues with the new mini-LED displays.
The third-generation regular AirPods are apparently “ready to ship” and will launch probably later this month. And when they arrive, the second-generation model will be discontinued.
Apple's upcoming refresh to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro may not include significant visual changes, but it should file as the company's first device to incorporate a mini-LED backlight system that's said to deliver many benefits of OLED technology, but with much less burn-in. To accommodate the new backlighting module, however, the tablet needs to become thicker.
A new supply chain report has confirmed an earlier prediction that the MacBook Air, Apple's most popular notebook, will be adopting mini-LED display technology in 2022.
A new report from Taiwanese trade publication DigiTimes has reaffirmed a belief held by reputable analysts and watchers that the next iPad Pro with mini-LED backlight technology is slated to arrive sometime in the first quarter of 2021, most likely in the spring.
Apple is predicted to release a pair of new MacBook Pro notebooks in 2021 featuring an overhauled appearance, with a more affordable MacBook Air model to follow in 2022. All models are expected to use Apple's own chips and the rumored mini-LED backlighting tech.
The flagship 12.9-inch iPad Pro model outfitted with Apple's new display backlighting technology, dubbed mini-LED, is apparently coming early next year rather than in the fourth quarter of 2020, as analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed recently.
Apple's been working with suppliers on mini-LED display backlighting for years, and the next iPad Pro is now predicted to be its first product to adopt the emerging tech.