This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
It has been often reported that Apple is preparing a new iPad, and the rumor is reportedly that Taiwan's supply chain will ship 10.8-inch iPad-related components in Q3 2020.
According to Taiwanese electronics industry media DigiTimes, New '10.8-inch iPad' to be more affordable with high-performance CPU, so the sales prospects is expected to bright.
The report only mentions a "10.8-inch iPad" and does not specify the model. But DigiTimes reported in June that the upcoming new Apple products will include a 10.8-inch iPad Air and probably refers to the same device.
There have been several reports that the new iPad Air will be released by the end of 2020, and Taiwan's Industrial and Commercial Times also predicted the new 11-inch iPad Air as one of the most affordable new products in the market. Famous leaker L0vetodream also tweeted that it will have a mini-LED display and display-embedded Touch ID.
However, the same L0vetodream once tweeted that the low-cost iPad model would use the A12 (the SoC in the iPhone XS). We can't rule out the possibility that it might be the new entry-level iPad instead of the new iPad Air. The DigiTimes information is also not so accurate beyond "supply chain has started production", so it's better to wait for further information.
In the same article, DigiTimes also reported that the company plans to release a 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with Apple Silicon (Apple's proprietary Arm-based processor) by the end of the year. This is a bit earlier than the end of 2020-2021 release mentioned by famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. We may see two models of Apple Silicon Macs all at once by the end of 2020.
Via: Cult of Mac
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