Apple is rumored to either send out press invites for its iPhone 12 launch event or announce the Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air later today. The announcement was rumored to go live at 9 AM EST, though that did not happen. Nonetheless, the #AppleEvent emoji hashtag has gone live on Twitter suggesting the imminent announcement from Apple.
Leaker Jon Prosser claims that Apple has a press release scheduled to go live on Tuesday at 9:00 AM PT. The details of the press release are unclear, but as per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, it is definitely not for a new product launch. Instead, he speculates that Apple could announce the iPhone 12 event date via the press release.
Multiple leaks have pointed to Apple’s imminent launch of an iMac refresh. Now, leaker @L0vet0dream has also claimed in a cryptic tweet that Apple has some new products ready to ship.
Apple killed iTunes with the release of macOS Catalina last year but kept the Windows app around for iPhone users. Now, it looks like the company could soon be releasing a new app for Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store.
Reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed in his latest note yesterday that Apple would launch its AR Glasses in 2022 at the very earliest. However, leaker Jon Prosser who has been accurate about a lot of recent Apple leaks, claims that the company is planning to launch the glasses in March-June 2021.
Kuo: Apple Glasses Could Launch in 2022, New 10.8-Inch iPad and 9-Inch iPad Mini Coming in 2020 or 2021
Apple has long been rumored to be working on AR (Augmented Reality) glasses. Now, noted industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that he expects the company to launch Apple Glasses in 2022 at the earliest. He has also mentioned that the Cupertino-based brand would launch newer iPad and iPad Mini models soon.
Last month, a report claimed that Apple may finally redesign iPhone’s iconic Home screen by allowing users to view all their installed applications in a list view. A new iOS 14 leak provides more insight into the redesigned Home screen.
In his latest investor’s note, TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will be launching multiple Macs with its custom Arm-based processor in 2021.
It looks like Apple is all set to bid adieu to its erratic and unreliable Butterfly keyboard and replace it with its new Magic Keyboard. A DigiTimes report claims that Apple suppliers have ramped up production of the Magic Keyboard and that there have been no cutbacks in order from the company despite the coronavirus outbreak.