What are the highlights of Apples launch at the end of October? Now lets take a stock together.
Larger and Stronger MacBook Pro
The most anticipated release will be a 16-inch version of MacBook Pro. Since the last 17-inch MacBook Pro in 2011, Apple has never launched a MacBook of this size.
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro will have an ultra-narrow border and a larger display, but the fuselage size will be the same as the current 15-inch version. In terms of hardware, the new machine is equipped with LGDisplays 3072 x 1920 resolution display. Intel released its 10th-generation processor IceLake in August, but this years MacBook Pro may not be so fast. The new opportunity is to follow the current 15-inch version of the 9th-generation Coffee Lake processor, which is configured with a 2.4 GHz 8 core. The new machine may be equipped with a 96W USB-C power adapter, similar in shape to the current 87W charger.
More concerned is that the new machine will abandon the criticized butterfly keyboard and reuse the traditional scissors design. The keystroke is longer and not easy to damage. There are also predictions that Apple will switch to a scissors keyboard in 2020.
According to reports, the price of 16-inch MacBook Pro is likely to be as high as $3,000.
The iPad Pro is also a product that many people pay more attention to. With the iPadOS and the Sidecar functionality of the Mac (using the iPad as the second screen of the Mac), the iPadPro can play a bigger role.
The biggest boost to the new iPad Pro is the possibility of a three-camera system (rear) similar to the iPhone 11Pro that supports ToF technology. It can acquire more accurate scene information when shooting, and can be used in portrait mode. Another function is to improve AR, the game experience is better, the creator can use AR tools to create. With the productivity improvement of the iPadOS, the iPadPro can complete a series of tasks such as shooting, editing and so on.
In addition, the iPad Pro is expected to be equipped with an upgrade to the iPhone 11 chip, A13X bionic.
IrPods Supporting Noise Reduction
Although the popular IrPods upgraded in March this year, it is not a replacement. Recently, new AirPods icons and animations have been found in iOS 13.2 Beta. It uses ear-in design and is said to support waterproofing. The system will provide a variety of sound modes and use focus mode to control noise reduction switches.
Smaller, cheaper HomePod
Amazon and Google are competing fiercely in the smart speaker market, while Apple has just launched a HomePod without a voice. Although it performs well in sound quality, its price is high, and its intelligence is almost meaningful. In iOS 13, Siri started supporting third-party players, and Apple updated several new HomePod features on its official website. It is reported that Apple will launch a cheaper, smaller HomePod, probably named HomePod Mini.
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