Apple will hold its annual iPhone launch event later this week, and although the Xs series will be the central focus of the press conference, Apple will also announce new products including the new iPad Pro models, Apple Watch and a new MacBook.
You already knew everything there is to know, but now even more details are known.
Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo explained to the 9to5Mac that the iPhone Xs, which will be calling the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, will be released between late September and October due to quality issues with the montage and screen.
At the same time, Kuo revealed that the 2018 models of the iPad Pro would come with support for Face ID as expected but also with another major change. The tablets will say goodbye to Apple’s proprietary port and receive USB-C with open arms.
The Apple Watch Series 4 will have thinner frames and will support heart readings, Kuo said. Also, the watches will have the ceramic backside on all models instead of composite glass.
Kuo also revealed the arrival of a new low-cost MacBook that can replace the 12-inch model. The device will have Touch ID, but apparently will not display the touch bar.
We remind you that previous information meant that Apple would release a MacBook Air or MacBook Air with thin panels and a 13-inch Retina display this week.
Finally, the new AirPods 2 and the AirPower Wireless Charger will also be featured at the event.
As for iPhone Xs next-generation, Apple iPhone Xs and Max will be the star of the show has been said previously.