Hours before Apple’s next virtual event, Tipster leaked leaks for some devices

Tipster Ivan Blas has aired a tweet With some rumored specs related to new equipment Apple may unveil tomorrow. For example, Blass expects the fourth generation iPad Air to be powered by a 5nm A14 bionic chipset. This will bring some power to the tablet, which will be manufactured by TSMC and each chip will contain 15 billion transistors. The 10.8-inch slate may also benefit from more battery-efficient chipsets. Previous leaks posted by another source showed what the redesigned tablet would look like with thinner bezels and edge-to-edge performance; The Touch ID button integrates with the tablet’s side-mounted power button, and Blass says the tablet’s proprietary Lightning port is being replaced with a USB-C port.
Blas also believes that we can see a new budget iPad of the eighth generation model. They expect the device to feature the A12X Bionic SoC, an octa-core chip, first used on the third-generation iPad Pro released in 2018. Unlike the 4-gen iPad Air, the new iPad is expected to use the Apple Lightning system. .
Tipster says that the new The Apple Watch Series 6 will use the S4 chip, which seems strange given that the Series 5 model has an S4 chip. And the wearable should have two sizes (possibly 40mm and 44mm according to earlier leaks). Both a Bluetooth and an LTE model are expected to be available. Blass tweets information about the low-priced Apple Watch SE; According to Blass, this watch will also be available in two sizes (40mm and 42mm as another tipster says it does not include an electrocardiogram). The Apple Watch SE will also be offered in Bluetooth and LTE variants.

While the event’s name, “Time Flies,” states that the focus will be on the Apple Watch, there is also a possibility that the name has something to do with the LiDAR depth sensor. Why? Because the component is a “time-of-flight” sensor, the amount of time it takes for a subject to bounce and infrared light to return to the device. It produces information that can be used to deliver more accurate data for enhanced AR capabilities and better portraits.

Apple will host the event starting at around 10 pm Tuesday Pacific Time (1 pm Eastern Time). You can do this Watch it on Apple’s YouTube channel, which will launch at the aforesaid time.