Apple is all set to unveil a series of many new devices which includes the refreshed MacBook Pro and a range of iPads. According to multiple reports, the tech major is planning to reveal at least three new iPad devices soon. From a surprising iPad Mini lineup return to the largest iPad ever, anything can be expected from the launches. In a few reports, it has been claimed that Apple will increase the outer dimensions at least 1cm in length and half a cm in width. This will enable the standard iPad Pro to get a bigger screen even by lowering the diagonal size from 10.5 inches to 10.1 inches.
The will the latest iPad Mini pro, which seems to have got some big hardware upgrades along with new screens, cameras and especially the new Smart Connector. The top of the line iPad Pro is expected to have been boosted with a larger 12-megapixel iSight camera and also in the area of battery and screen resolution. If these reports are to be believed Apple will also launch a laptop line-up of the brand new MacBook Pro models. This comes after more than four years, as the previous major redesign in the MacBook range happened in 2012.
It is high time that Apple makes new developments to that device, especially because it recently unveiled its new macOS Sierra. According to reports, the company’s developers are working on macOS 10.12.1, that will make it possible for the MacBook to get attached to the many new hardware launches by Apple.
Some of these tech advances have been in the Touch ID login system with fingerprint and also the new OLED touch bar which will replace the present function keys at the top end of the keyboard. The power button which has a sensor built in, which makes it possible to login with fingerprint and also unlock at the same time. The latest ‘Pros’ might do away with the MagSafe charger, and instead, replace it with USB Type-C ports. The makers might also put new chips in the system, as reportedly, the iPhones are now faster than the MacBooks.
The new refreshed Apple MacBook Pro is expected to be released by the end of October itself, though there has been no official confirmation of it from the makers. Previous rumours suggested that the device will come by the end of the year. Apple will be finalising the macOS beta version on October 7, so it possible that the device will launch after that.