New iPads and M3 MacBook Air models coming soon

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Apple is changing its new product launches, skipping big events for online reveals. Rumors point to new iPads and updated MacBooks Air models.

Apple seems to be changing its approach to presentations, opting for online presentations over traditional events to unveil new products. According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the tech giant is expected to introduce the new hardware on its website soon. Despite the expectations around significant releases, such as new iPad Pro and iPad Air models, Apple is reportedly skipping a large-scale spring launch.


This suggests that Apple intends to present the new products through online videos and marketing campaigns on its website. If this plan comes to fruition, it will mark the second year in a row that Apple has opted out of a spring event that features a host of new products. Then the focus shifts to the Worldwide Developers Conference, where Apple will showcase ground-breaking generative AI developments. Rumors suggest it will be the biggest iOS update ever.


Apple's announcements are expected soon, with sources at Mac Rumors suggesting they could happen anytime. However, Gurman predicts a more conservative schedule, estimating that the launch of the hardware will take place either this month or next.

New Apple Products

Apple is rumored to be gearing up for a major hardware launch, with a number of new products ready for release. This includes updated iPad Pro models and an updated iPad Air that offers a larger 12.9-inch screen, along with new Apple Pencils and Magic Keyboards tailored for these high-end iPads.

On the Mac front, we can expect the arrival of 13- and 15-inch MacBook Airs equipped with the faster M3 chip. These new products are currently in production overseas and Apple's marketing teams are preparing to announce them soon.

Apple iPad

The upcoming releases mark several significant milestones. In particular, this includes the first overhaul of the iPad Pro lineup in nearly six years, the introduction of the first iPad with an OLED screen, and the debut of the first mid-tier tablet to offer a screen size of 12.9 inches. In addition, the Magic Keyboard is getting its first major upgrade, while the MacBook Air, Apple's most popular computer, is about to get a 3-nanometer chip.

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