Apple could present several new features as of next month, including its famous Airtags trackers and a new version of AirPods.
Last year, in March, Apple updated its official website with the unveiling of the 2020 iPad Pro . The Cupertino company would do the same this year, however with some other expected products.
To compete with Apple AirTags, Tile will launch an ultra-wideband compatible tracker with an AR app
AirTags, AirPods and iPad Pro
If the leaker Jon Prosser had initially bet on the month of October for the launch of Apple AirTags, he is now counting on next month … like all the aficionados of the company.
Apple AirTags trackers would use the U1 chip embedded in recent iPhones to locate certain objects directly from the Find My application. This is therefore an alternative to the popular Tiles trackers.
Jon Prosser adds that a new iPad Pro would be on the table. Specifically, some reports are speculating on a 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a mini-LED display and powered by an A14 chip. We remain skeptical about this announcement. On the one hand, Apple unveiled these new iPad Pro in March 2020 (two years and not 12 months after the previous generation). On the other hand, the Cupertino company has already almost buried the 11-inch iPad Pro 2020 by unveiling the almost identical iPad Air 4 six months later and powered by the A14 chip. Could the company also come and supplant the 2020 12.9-inch iPad? Finally, would the company integrate in this iPad Pro 2021 the same chip as that of the iPad Air 4 released in 2020?
Finally, Apple would also have in the boxes the third generation of standard AirPods. The first AirPods were released in December 2016 with a hardware update in March 2019.
Source: GSM Arena