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Apple has already shown off a bunch of new products and refreshes this year, but the company isn’t done just yet. According to rumors and predictions based on last year, Apple is planning to host multiple events this fall.
The latest corroboration comes from Mark Gurman’s last Power On newsletter. Gurman claims that Apple is planning to hold several events in the next few months, similar to last year.
Gurman says that Apple will start with its September event continuing its tradition to showcase the highly-anticipated, refreshed iPhone lineup.
Alongside this year’s iPhone, Gurman and many other reports claim that Apple will release the third-generation AirPods as well. These new AirPods will feature a similar design to the AirPods Pro, but with smaller stems and ear tips.
What else? Well, Gurman says that Apple will also reveal the new iPad mini with an updated design and the Apple Watch Series 7, which will feature a flatter display, better performance, and possibly a bigger battery.
Gurman also expects Apple to release the rumored 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros,Â which started mass production just a few days ago. These new MacBooks would feature an updated design with no Touch Bar, mini-LED displays, and possibly the M1X or M2 chip. Gurman expects Apple to release these new models in November, which would mark the second anniversary of the current-generation MacBook Pro.
If Apple plans to repeat what it did last year, we should expect at least three Apple events before the end of the year.
Apple held an event in September of 2020, which mostly featured the Apple Watch Series 6 and the 4th-generation iPad Air. Apple moved the iPhone event to October, probably because of production issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And it closed the year by revealing the first Apple Silicon MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini in November.
Even though Apple hasn’t confirmed any events as of yet, it’s possible that we’ll see a similar timeframe, which would start with the iPhone event this coming September.Â
[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]