Apple stated last week that a special press event was held on March 8th. While Apple hasn’t said what it plans to show, a trustworthy source tells 9to5Mac that the firm is working on the next-generation iPad Air, a high-end Mac mini, an all-new 13-inch MacBook Pro, an update to the Apple TV, and potentially more. These items will begin to hit store shelves in the coming days if Apple unveils them today. As a result, you should hold off on purchasing things that may not be available for a long time.
2020 iPhone SE
According to the newest rumors, we may finally get to see the third-generation iPhone SE, dubbed the iPhone SE 2020. Even if the rumored “cheap budget iPhone” looks more or less the same, it appears that the third-generation iPhone SE might get some major attention. According to the most recent rumors, the iPhone SE 2020 would have a glass back, much like the iPhone XS. However, this does not guarantee that treated the same as the more costly iPhone XS.
The iPhone SE was released in 2016 as a response to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Which were a little too big to be considered a small-form-factor.
On the other side, the iPhone SE was a compact phone with a smaller screen and a phone that was as pocket-friendly as it was useful. The iPhone SE was the first iPhone to sport a compact but contemporary design, and it was an instant hit with customers. The iPhone SE is still available nearly two years later, and it’s an excellent gadget for someone who wants a small phone without sacrificing capabilities.
The iPad Air 4
The iPad Air 4 is expected to have a design comparable to the iPad Pro. As a result, it’s unlikely to have a different appearance from the iPad Pro, but it should have the comparable overall design.
There’s always a new iPad version coming out, no matter when you buy one. The iPad Air is no different. For months, there have been whispers about an updated iPad Air.
The iPad Air is expected to have a speedier A10X CPU, a True Depth camera, and a Face ID, potentially making it an iPad Pro contender.
Mini Mac (Intel model)
Apple has revealed the Mac mini Intel model would be retired, with the firm instead providing the current Mac mini with an improved processor. This means that the current Mac mini will be available for a little longer, but its time is running out. The Intel-powered Mac mini will likely be phased out in the following months, with a new Mac mini set to be produced using Apple’s A-series CPUs, much like the MacBook Air. The Intel-powered Mac mini will very certainly be phased out in favor of the new Mac mini, similar to how the MacBook Air was phased out in favor of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro.
For over two decades, the Mac mini has been a mainstay of the Mac portfolio.
MacBook Pro M1 (13-inch)
When it was debuted the 13-inch MacBook Pro was one of the most powerful computers on the market. It was the first MacBook Pro with Intel’s new Core CPUs. It was lightning quick. However, the 13-inch MacBook Pro has lost its allure over time. The reason for this is that Apple has just released the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Intel’s newest i9 CPUs.
The M1 CPU is now the final one you should think about purchasing. It’s an old CPU, and Apple is not going to use it in any of their new devices. So, if you are considering purchasing a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 chip, think twice.
The entry-level MacBook Pro with an M1 CPU is just unsuitable for today’s market. The same goes for the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Right now, a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 CPU isn’t a good idea.