Instead, the rumors, as well as the event’s usually cryptic invitations indicated, suggest the company will reveal updates to the Apple Watch and iPad.
With Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference and other other technological events since the beginning of the Kovid-19 epidemic, the product launch will be completely virtual. It will start on Apple’s website at 1 pm. According to the latest reports, here’s what to do.
Tuesday’s event invitation said “time flies”, pointing to an update to the Apple Watch.
However, the line will likely be led by the 6th generation Apple Watch, Bloomberg reported Newer “low-end” models may also be in the offing.
Other rumors suggest a new watch may add features such as blood oxygen monitoring And longer battery life.
The health update has become a major selling point for the watch, which since its first release in 2015 has evolved into a blockbuster product. Last year, Apple sold 31 million watches, which according to Strategy Analytics – exceeds the entire Swiss watch industry by 2019.
Another new iPad?
Rumblings suggests that Apple may announce a new iPad or iPad Air on Tuesday.
Bloomberg reported that Apple is preparing a fresh iPad Air with an edge-to-edge display. Meanwhile, various rumors indicate that the announcements will include a refreshed low-cost iPad model.
This will be Apple’s second iPad launch this year – the company revealed an update to its iPad Pro line in March. Apple said at the time that it had sold 500 million iPads to date, and the product remains the best-selling tablet for 10 years.
A new iPad will also compete against one of Apple’s biggest rivals: Samsung released two new tablets the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + last month, claiming to be “the first to support 5G available in the United States Tablets. “
iPhone 12 and 5G Prospects
Tuesday’s invitation to the event sparked rumors that it might announce the iPhone 12. However, Bloomberg reported that the new iPhones will not launch until October, and Apple has previously stated that the new iPhones will ship a little later than usual this year.
The company is widely expected to unveil an iPhone 12 with 5G capabilities this fall, which will be the first iPhone to be connected to a new, ultra-fast wireless network being rolled out by the carrier.
Analysts expect the 5G iPhone to create a “super cycle” of device upgrades, potentially inspiring millions to buy the new device.