What to Expect From Apple’s Big Event Apart from the New iPhone
Apple is all set to launch the new iPhone on Sept 9 but, there are other goodies as well.
Apple is all set to launch the next generation of iPhones in an event that will be held at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on September 9, 2015.
We already told you what we know about the next generation of iPhones
that will be launched, but there are new goodies in store as well apart from the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus.
The New MacBook Pro
Along with the iPhone, Apple is also expected to announce a new series of MacBook Pro laptops.
Reportedly, Apple is ready with its 13-inch and 15-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro laptops. The line-up, to be powered by low-power Skylake-Y processors, is expected to launch at $1299.
The dual-core laptops clocked at 900 MHz can be pushed up to 2.2 GHz when needed through Intel’s Turbo Boost technology.
The iPad Pro
Though tablet sales are on the decline worldwide, and iPads are no exception, Apple is all set to introduce two brand new iPad versions. The upgrade to the iPad Mini will happen alongside a brand new iPad model in the form of a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Apple’s next-gen iPad Mini will finally be graced with enhancements and a thinner design that will look like a shrunken iPad Air 2.
The device is expected to have an 8-megapixel rear facing camera and leaked casings have suggested that the iPad Mini 4 may be as thin as 6.13mm.
The star of the show might be the iPad Pro. With a display measuring 12.9-inches, the iPad Pro will be powered by a blazing fast A9 processor.
Much like the iPhone 6S, some reports have suggested that the iPad Pro will feature a Force Touch display. Even more intriguing is that the will come with support for a bluetooth connected stylus. But stylus is something that Steve Jobs hated, so it’ll be definitely interesting to see whether Apple will go for a stylus or not.
New Apple TV
Apple will launch Apple TV, but it will be in the form of a set-top box. Don’t expect a display here. If rumours are to be believed the next generation of Apple TV will make you get rid of your XBox and PlayStation gaming consoles. The new Apple TV is expected to have a slimmer chassis, an improved remote with touch-pad input, increased on-board storage and an operating system that will support Siri.
Talk about killing the smart TV and gaming console at the same time, Apple might just have cracked the winning formula here.
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