Notorious Apple rumours leaker Ming-Chi Kuo, of TF International Securities, has shared some predictions on what he believes the Cupertino tech giant will be releasing over the autumn period.
In his new research note for investors (acquired by 9to5Mac), Kuo shared details and specifics about upcoming iPad Pro updates, as well as Mac refreshes (including the Mac Mini), Apple Watch screen size expectations, and much more.
To summarise, here's a roundup of what Kuo predicts Apple will ship later this year...
There will be three new iPhones, including an updated 5.8in OLED model and a new 6.5in OLED model, plus a new 6.1in LCD model. An updated iPad Pro model with Face ID and no Home button will be launched in an updated 12.9in version and a fresh 11in version.
There will be several Mac updates, including chip upgrades for the MacBook and MacBook Pro, an iMac with "significant display-performance upgrades", and finally the Mac Mini, which is apparently a new lower-priced notebook that Kuo believes may not be called MacBook Air.
There will also be some updates to the Apple Watch, including options with larger displays offering either 1.57in and 1.78in screens as well as enhanced heart rate detection.
Kuo also references some updates to the Airpods wireless earphones that people somehow seem to be in love with. As Bloomberg reported earlier this year, Kuo said the new AirPods will likely add new ‘Hey Siri' voice activation.
Last and probably least, Kuo said we might finally see the arrival of AirPower sometime in the Autumn, after Apple gave everyone a "sneak peek" last September. If you weren't already aware, AirPower is an upcoming wireless charging pad that can charge an iPhone X/8, an Apple Watch and an AirPods case all at the same time.
However, as with all predictions, Kuo notes that potential risks include product delays in shipping as well as lower than expected demand for new products.
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