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As we head into March, upcoming rumors about Apple products are increasing. The biggest rumors are about an entry-level “iPhone SE 2” or “iPhone 9”, and it looks like iPad Pro, iMac, and Mac mini updates are also on the way.

Here are all the rumors concluded, you can expect these products to be released in the near future, and some will be unveiled at Apple’s main event in September.


Apple Working on New 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro and Refreshed iMac Pro

It is rumored that Apple is developing six products with Mini-LED displays, the products are rumored to be released by the end of 2021, included in the six are the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, 10.2-inch iPad, 7.0-inch iPad Mini. Mac products that we soon might see are the 27-inch iMac Pro, 14-inch MacBook Pro, and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, this information is from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Kuo also expects the new iMac Pro to be launched during the last quarter of 2020. iMac Pro hasn’t been upgraded by Apple since it was released in December 2017, updates are overdue on the iMac Pro.


‘Entry-Level’ AirPods Pro Expected to Enter Production by Early Second Quarter

Apple’s suppliers will start the production of Apple’s new “entry-level” AirPods Pro between the end of this quarter and the beginning of the next quarter, this piece of information was shared by Taiwanese industry publication DigiTimes.

The rumors are uncertain whether the “entry-level” AirPods Pro are the cut-down version of the AirPods Pro, or they will end up being the third-generation regular AirPods with the same design and sound quality, what will be lacking on these pairs will be the inclusion of active noise canceling.

Chip and component suppliers gearing up for new AirPods production
Production of an entry-level version of Apple’s AirPods Pro, dubbed tentatively AirPods Pro Lite, is expected to kick off between the end of the first quarter and the beginning of the second quarter, according to sources at chip and component suppliers engaged in the supply chain for the TWS device.

DigiTimes

‘iPhone SE 2’ Said to Have Entered Final Production Verification Stage

The lower-cost “iPhone SE 2” or “iPhone 9” model has reportedly entered its final phase of production verification. At an assembly plant in Zhengzhou, China, suggesting that the rumored device might be revealed soon. But due to the Coronavirus outbreak, it is uncertain whether there will be production delays.

According to the situation around the world, even if the lower-cost iPhone is announced this month, initial supply could be limited by Foxconn and other Apple suppliers resume normal operations and get back to its normal self in the second quarter.

The widely expected entry-level iPhone is expected to resemble iPhone 8, with a 4,7-inch LCD screen and a TouchID button, the chip will be ramped up to an A13 Bionic chip from Apple and RAM will be increased. The pricing of the new iPhone is estimated at around $399 with a starting storage of 64GB.


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