Apple is said to be gearing up for a host of new products for its annual Fall iPhone event, including an updated iPad Air with an edge-to-edge display, the introduction of an affordable Apple Watch, and a pair of premium branded headphones.
Citing sources familiar with the issue, Bloomberg added his voice to the inconsistency of rumors about Apple’s plans for the “iPhone 12”, noting that the company has released at least 75 million 5G phones this year. He has ordered, according to the report, the number may reach 80 million units in 2020.
Rumble’s echo that has been broadcasting since last December, Bloomberg says Apple will introduce four new iPhone models this fall, each with OLED display technology and 5G connectivity. The standard version “iPhone” will be available in sizes of 5.4 and 6.1 inches, while the “Pro” lineup includes 6.1 and 6.7-inch options, and Apple’s last will be the LiDAR scanner.
Sources said employees testing the new devices say the 6.7-inch screen is one of this year’s “most notable improvements”, while other Note 5G networks are not improving data speeds. The report confirms recent rumors that the navy blue option will replace Midnight-Green last year.
Apple is also planning to launch a new iPad Air model that borrows design from the company’s iPad Pro lineup. Although the report failed to provide details about the device, last week an alleged leak turned Touch ID into a trigger switch, negating the need for a home button. The claims follow the predictions of analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who in May asked Apple to release a 10.8-inch iPad version, as well as a revised iPad mini later this year.