Interestingly, ihacktu points out that Apple may even release Apple glasses, an augmented reality (AR) device, at the event. As early as 2019, famous analyst Guo Ming? Predicted that the first generation of Apple glasses would be available in 2020. Jon Prosser, another apple reveler, later confirmed this.
The release date given by ihacktu is basically consistent with Apples schedule in the past few years, and judging from the past records, the information disclosed by ihacktu is generally reliable.
According to rumors, Apple may also release a new wearable device, the applewatchseries 6, which will have better waterproof performance and a larger battery enough to help sleep tracking and support other upgrades. There is little information about the new entry-level and mid-range iPad models, but previous reports have suggested Apple will launch a 10.8-inch iPad air and a new ipad Mini.
Apple may have solved the overheating problem, which eventually killed the first unpublished version of airpower. According to Prosser, a new airpower prototype with Apples a11 chip is being tested, but there are not many rumors about its debut in 2020.
Although Apple has released the iPad Pro Model in 2020, there are rumors that a new generation of products that support 5g and mini LED screens may be released in the second half of this year or early 2021. In addition to the iPad pro, apple is expected to release the first batch of Apple silicon Macs, which may include a 13.3-inch macbook pro and a 12 inch MacBook upgrade that has been discontinued.
There have also been rumors that Apple glasses will be released in 2020. Prosser said the product costs $499 and is compatible with existing features. The first generation of Apple glasses will be designed as an accessory to a smartphone, rather than a mature ar replacement for the iPhone. (small)
Source of this article: Zhang Zutao, responsible editor of Netease science and Technology Report_ NT5054