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Apple is expected to hold an event later this year where the company will be launching new Apple products including the new iPad Air and an ARM-based MacBook. The company hasn’t revealed much about the new devices but a new leaked from an anonymous Twitter account with a fairly accurate track record has shed light on the new products under development at Apple.
According to the leak, Apple is working on an iPad Air with Touch ID but the company might finally adopt the under the screen Touch ID which is being implemented on almost all the smartphones. Apart from that, the company is also working on HomePod lite, AirPods 3lite, AirTags, and the iPhone 12 series lineup. All these leaks are persistent with other leaks we have seen in the past suggesting that the company could be planning to conduct a major hardware event later this year.
the new iPad Air will be using the mini led screen, comes with full screen with no notch, not Face ID?but Touch ID under the screen
— ????? (@L0vetodream) March 10, 2020
Apple is developing their own game controller
— ????? (@L0vetodream) March 8, 2020
All four “iPhone12”can support 5g networks?the baseband is come from qualcomm?and have a brand new color“Navy blue”
— ????? (@L0vetodream) March 19, 2020
Another important hardware launch for the company could be the 14-inch MacBook with an ARM-based processor. Apple is currently relying on Intel to supply chips for MacBooks but if true, the company could potentially launch a cheaper MacBook with ARM-based processor.
macbook 12 arm
ipad pro 11 12.9 tof
ipad air4 ???11????
ipad 2020 A12
iPhone12 pro 6.1
iPhone12 pro 6.7
— ????? (@L0vetodream) March 12, 2020
The account also predicted a delay for the new iMac and the A14 chip from TSMC. Both of these delays could be traced back to the ongoing coronavirus crisis which has slowed down manufacturing in every part of the world.
in my dream iMac delay
— ????? (@L0vetodream) March 29, 2020
Apple's chip A14 from TSMC ——delay
— ????? (@L0vetodream) April 19, 2020
Since the leaker accurately predicted almost every major Apple launch, it’s safe to assume these leaks are genuine. Unfortunately, we don’t have more information on the products at the moment but we expect to see more in the coming months.