Apple is planning to launch two new MacBook Pro models and a Mac Mini globally. All these upcoming devices can be introduced in the fourth quarter of this year. Also, the long-discussed M1X chipset can be given in them.
Popular premium tech giant Apple is planning to launch two new MacBook Pro models and a Mac mini globally. All these upcoming devices can be introduced in the fourth quarter of this year. Also, the long-discussed M1X chipset can be given for better performance in them. However, no information has been given by the company about the launch, price, or features of both the upcoming MacBook Pro models and a Mac mini.
According to an online report, both the models of Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pro will have 14-inch and 15-inch displays. With both these models, the M1X processor will be available in the Mac Mini. At the same time, all three devices can be launched in October or November. Apart from this, not much information has been found.
iPhone 13 Pro may be launched
Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro has been in discussion for a long time regarding its launch. Many reports of this upcoming device have been leaked. According to these leaked reports, the iPhone 13 Pro has a smaller notch than the iPhone 12 Pro. Triple rear camera setup will be available in this phone with an LED flashlight and LiDAR sensor. Talking about the price, the price of this phone will be kept in the premium range.
iPhone 12 Pro launched last year
Having said this, Apple introduced the iPhone 12 Pro globally in October 2020. The starting price of this smartphone in India is Rs 1,19,900. Talking about the specification, the iPhone 12 Pro will get a 6.1-inch display. Ceramic Shield technology will be supported in the new iPhone 12 Pro model.
Triple camera setup will be available in the rear of the iPhone 12 Pro model. It has 12MP wide, 12MP telephoto lens and 12MP ultra wide angle lens. The wide camera has a /1.6 aperture, which will generate 27 percent improved low-light photography, while will support 52mm focal telephoto, which will give 4x optical zoom.
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