Bloomberg analyst Mark Gorman expects at least the biggest harvest of new devices and products from Apple this fall.
Although Apple renews its phones and tablets every year, the analyst predicts “four new iPhones, a lower-end MacBook Pro, an updated iMac computer, a new Mac Pro tower, a refurbished MacBook Air, an upgraded AirPods Pro, Three Apple Watches, three iPad Pros, and one low-cost iPad.
It is expected that Apple will launch a new iPhone SE 5G phone in March or April with a faster chip and perhaps a new iPad Air tablet equipped with an A15 chip, such as the iPhone 13.
Speaking of tablets, Gurman saw nine iPads in regulatory filings in Russia, which could mean the Apple giant is planning to release more than just an iPad Air update this spring.
According to its notebooks, the iPad Pro will appear on the list of fall novelties, while the Mac mini and iMac will undergo a major upgrade by adopting the new M1 Pro system chip this spring.
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