Since it's USB-C, there's a chance that it could also support fast charging via a compatible USB-C PD power adapter. It looks like the new iPad Pros will get a new design and not look anywhere close to the last generation iPads. Without question, the biggest change coming to Apple's forthcoming iPad Pro models is a brand new redesign that borrows some heavy design cues from the iPhone X. Specifically, Apple's next-gen iPad Pros will incorporate Face ID functionality and, in turn, will not feature a home button. The sides of the tablet appear to the completely flat like the sides of an iPhone 5 with no noticeable tapering. Apple tipster and former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has previously claimed that Apple will be refreshing the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the 10.5-inch model as well.
The tagline is "There's more in the making" - whatever that means. As reported by 9to5 Mac, the new iOS 12.1 version has an icon dig deep inside, showing what the new iPad tablets may look like. As per the report, the display will not be OLED but LCD panels, the chipset used will be a variant of A12 Bionic used on iPhone XS and an updated Apple Pencil. Apple also said to be adding a custom Apple graphics chip to the iPads. While the tablet market is contracting overall, the iPad has been slowly regaining momentum thanks to new software and lower-priced models, but also because competitors like Amazon.com and Samsung Electronics haven't wowed the market lately.
Apple is also expected to announce a Mac Mini that's built with pro users in mind. However, news for the tablets' design slowed down right up to the start of this month, when a quick succession of leaks provided important details. As the Cupertino based tech giant solidifies its position as one of the largest tech companies in the world, it has the necessary leeway to focus on different devices in one calendar year.
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A new entry-level laptop to replace the ageing MacBook Air - the company's entry-level laptop that Steve Jobs originally pulled out of a manila envelope a decade ago. The new MacBook Air will reportedly come with the same 13-inch screen size as the current Air, but the screen resolution is where will be the difference.
Apple's smallest desktop computer, the Mac Mini, has not seen an update since 2014 and is still sold with fourth-generation Intel Core chips.