(Pocket-lint) - Apple is expected to denote the iPhone 13 models and Apple Watch Series 7 successful September, on with a caller iPad mini, entry-level iPad, M1X MacBook Pros and updated AirPods earlier the twelvemonth is out.
There person been galore rumours surrounding each the devices, but Bloomberg's Mark Gurman's latest Power On newsletter reveals a mates of other details of what we tin expect from the upcoming Apple devices.
According to Gurman - who has an fantabulous way grounds - the iPhone 13 models volition travel successful the aforesaid surface sizes arsenic the iPhone 12 models, diagnostic the A15 spot and travel with the caller camera features Gurman mentioned successful a erstwhile report. They volition besides seemingly person a smaller notch and the Pro models volition person a 120Hz refresh rate ProMotion display.
The Apple Watch Series 7 is claimed to person a flatter display, flimsy redesign - rumours suggest quadrate edges similar the iPhone 12 - and a faster processor. Gurman besides mentions a Time to Run diagnostic connected Fitness+, arsenic good arsenic Audio Meditations, joining the Time to Walk diagnostic already offered.
The entry-level AirPods are said to diagnostic a plan person to the AirPods Pro - arsenic has antecedently been reported - with a caller in-ear signifier and shorter stems. Gurman claims they volition spot the biggest update since they launched successful 2016.
The aforesaid goes for the iPad mini 6, which past rumours person claimed volition beryllium a smaller mentation of the iPad Air with slimmer bezels and implicit redesign. Gurman besides claims we tin expect a slimmer entry-model iPad excessively though, with a faster processor.
Lastly, Gurman mentions the M1X MacBook Pros. He says they volition inactive spell connected merchantability earlier the two-year day of the past MacBook Pro, contempt spot delays.
If you privation to work each the rumours surrounding the devices mentioned by Gurman, you tin caput to our abstracted features, each of which you tin find successful our Apple Hub.
Writing by Britta O'Boyle. Originally published connected 16 August 2021.