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10.8-inch iPad (2020), 9-inch iPad mini (2021), and Apple Glasses (2022)




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Our friend Ming-Chi Kuo Attractive details have been released as well. He rubs shoulders with the leading manufacturers of components that make up Apple devices, so it's usually "in-house" data, and his predictions are often backed up.

Today a new press release has been announced in which he predicts three new devices that Apple will bring to the market. New The much cheaper 10.8-inch iPad, the larger iPad mini, and Apple Apple green and are delayed until 2022. Of course, if that's true, we'll have many iPads to choose from …

In today he issued a note to investors stating that Apple will introduce a new one 10.8-inch iPad during the second half of 2020, a new one followed IPad mini

between 8.5 inches and 9 inches between the first half of 2021.

It looks like these two new models will share the recently released iPhone SE philosophy: less expensive devices with next-generation chips. Apple wants to offer products for every budget. That is not a bad idea.

New iPads size for iPads


The Apple mirrors project is very green. At least until 2022 nothing.

It is possible that the "cheap" 10.8-inch iPad referred to by Koo in his report is the newer version of the current 10.2-inch iPad or the 10.5-inch iPad Air. It is also possible that this is a new iPad bring the device ID to the screen, as there are rumors.

Also attractive is the view of the newest iPad mini than now. Apple is currently selling the iPad mini with a 7.9-inch screen. They may also reduce the bezel size of the iPad mini to fit a large 8.5-inch / 9-inch screen in the same area. It's still unclear whether this will remove the original button, perhaps bringing the Touch ID or facial ID to the screen.

Finally, Kuo also referred to Apple Glass. He makes sure that the company with this project is still very green. it says it will introduce Apple watches sometime in 2022 "Long ago." The report explains that Apple's glasses will be tough and expensive to manufacture.


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