Apple Launches Air Tags, High-Quality Headphones, Wireless Charger
Apple typically announces some major products in the second half of each year. The analyst Ming chi Kuo believes that the company is going to break away from the tradition in 2020 by introducing an exclusive range of new products in the coming month.
Apple Air tag items Tracking Tags:
It is true evidence that Apple was working tile-like tracking tags. It was first uncovered in iOS 13 code many months ago alongside the Air Tag name. The company was largely expected to organize an event via press release in late October. But these things do not happen.
Ming chi Kuo now believes that Apple Air tags release the products during the first half of 2020. And rumored around the March event or WWDC in early June. Ming chi is planning to announce the Ui ultra-wideband chip inside the iPhone 11. It allows the users to track the items with much more accuracy than permitted over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Premium Bluetooth Headphones from Apple:
Ming chi Kuo revealed about the Apple plans for the high-end Bluetooth headphones, but today we have heard the first time about headphones.
When we go back in February 2018, Kuo himself revealed that Apple was working on the pair of headphones marketed under by the Apple brand rather than beats. They provide better sound quality and better battery life rather than air pods. It was scheduled to debut in Q4 2018 alongside the iPhone Xs. Apple was planning to position the over-ear headphones. it is a premium alternative to beat. The announcement was reported until early 2019. Apple was deleted until early 2019. Apple is planning to incorporate active noise cancellation, and always Siri was also mentioned.
Now, today a report by Ming chi Kui suggested that Apple is preparing to launch until the second half of 2019. The plans to incorporate active noise cancellation and always-on Siri. Apple is preparing to launch its premium headphones. Albeit is almost two years behind schedule.
Airpower is Making a Comeback, Sort of:
Apple announced the air power in September 2017 alongside the iPhone X, not being ready at the time, it is promised to release in the coming year. The overheating issue plagued the issue. The company eventually shelved it entirely in February 2019. According to an investor note, Apple has never fully given up the wireless charger category. It also has been working on the “small charging mat”. They just power one product at a time. The new accessory will work with the new Apple Watch, iPhone, and air pods.
The 2020 iPad Pro series:
Apple now has been working on the updated iPad Pro, the line-up for months, and today Ming chi Kuo reiterated claims about the nearing launch. The new tablets are expected to feature an upgraded A13X Bionic chipset inside and an advanced triple camera setup on the backside. It incorporates the all-new 3D sensing system. The latter is more powerful than the face ID. It will help the ID Push its AR ambitions.
The Apple iPhone 9:
Replacing the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus in late march looks set to be the iPhone 9. You can pair the former compact design with several iPhone 11 components. The company has reported the Apple Airtag price of $399. The buyers can give access to a 47 inch LCD screen on the front, which is paired with the Touch home buttons and extremely thick bezels. The feature of the iPhone 11 is the main camera and supports wireless charging. The Apple A13 bionic is going to power the smartphone alongside 3GB of RAM.