Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman revealed in his weekly Power On newsletter that Apple will be hosting multiple events this fall. The first will take place in September. It will be held online.
The event should show a new line of iPhone 13 (or iPhone 12S) with 120Hz screens, reduced “bangs” and improved cameras. In addition to smartphones, the September presentation is also worth waiting for the Apple Watch Series 7 smart watch with a new look, AirPods 3 headphones in the AirPods Pro design, a compact iPad mini tablet with thin frames and a budget iPad 9th generation.
The next event will take place in November and will be dedicated to the new MacBook Pro. It will hit the market in two versions: with 14 and 16-inch displays. The laptop will have an autonomy of up to 30 hours, a new proprietary M1X processor and a design with flat edges, like the iPhone 12 and iPad Pro. In addition, Apple is going to remove the Touch Bar from the new product and replace it with physical buttons. The 2021 MacBook Pro is also credited with MagSafe charging support, multiple USB-C and HDMI ports.