The month of March may see Apple launching two new products in the markets. One is apparently the ‘long-awaited’ Apple AirTags trackers and the other is a new iPad Pro.
The new iPad Pro will be a completely refreshed 2021 series and will have two significant additions. For the first time, the iPad Pro will come with a mini-LED display and will offer a 5G connection in the costlier variations of the device. It is also being speculated that the iPad Pro will have similar designs as the previous models and will be powered by the A14 Bionic chipset. There might be a 12.9 inch variant of the Apple iPad Pro, coming with mini-LED backlighting and then will be followed by the new iPad Pro, 11-inch model.
According to reports, the company is looking to speed up the adoption of mini-LEDs for their enhanced performance that has exceeded the expectations during the current testings.
The Apple AirTags, which has been reported for a couple of years now, will apparently be a ‘tile-like Bluetooth-based item tracker’ that will be able to track user’s items such as keys, bags, wallets, and other common items. The Apple AirTags will be like Bluetooth tags that can also help users track any item attached to their iPhones. The Apple AirTags tracker will be able to notify the users when the said tagged items are separated from them. Ultra-wideband or UWB technology that is mostly found in iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, and other models will be integrated into the Apple AirTags that will supposedly redefine the category.
The two new Apple products will be announced next month through a virtual event as per the claims of Jon Prosser, a tipster. “AirTags are still on for March…Haven’t heard of any further delays this time,” tweeted Jon Prosser. However, the price of both the products has not been released yet and will officially release during the announcement as per the speculations.