After pointing out that Apple should launch an iPhone SE 2, well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in his report that the company should launch other major products in early 2020. The first highlight is a possible iPad Pro.
Apparently, this model should be announced in the first quarter and should bring some important news, such as a ToF sensor in the rear. According to Kuo, this feature should make the iPad a great ally of those consumers who need to work with augmented reality measurement.
In addition, the iPad Pro should “pave” the launch of the brand ‘s first augmented reality device. Kuo says these glasses will be produced in partnership with third party manufacturers, whatever that means.
For now, a few details about the augmented reality device have been revealed. Kuo simply states that he must offer a “superior experience” to Apple users. So the biggest highlights will be CPU, GPU and wireless connectivity to an iPhone.
Interestingly, Kuo’s timeline also suggests that Apple may launch a new MacBook in the second quarter of 2020. However, it is still unclear whether we are talking about the Pro variant or some completely unpublished model. Finally, the report shows that the third quarter will be marked by the arrival of the first iPhone with 5G.
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It is noteworthy that the analyst also released this week a review of its previous reports pointing to good growth for Apple in 2020. This is because the company must achieve good sales figures with the launch of the iPhone 11 family.