Apple is set to release new iPad models in the first quarter of this year.
According to rumours, Apple’s iPad Pro will have a Mini-LED screen in place of the LCD panels in the 12.9-inch model.
The new iPad Pro is expected to have a high-resolution camera as well as Thunderbolt support via the USB-C port.
Apple has also been rumoured to be developing a foldable iPhone for months. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company could release such a product by 2023.
Apple’s foldable iPhone could debut alongside the 2023 iPhone lineup, with a display size of “7.5 to 8 inches,” according to the analyst.
Previously, it was speculated that the company would release its first foldable smartphone in 2022, while another article said that development on the device had already begun but that no official release date had been set.
Kuo also mentioned his hopes for Apple iPhones. During this time, the first completely full-screen iPhone without a notch is expected to be released. This outlook, however, is highly reliant on Apple’s “growth going smoothly.” However, according to Kuo, Apple could release its first iPhone without a notch or punch hole in 2023. This may also indicate the presence of an in-display fingerprint scanner as well as a periscopic camera lens.
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