Despite there being some setbacks due to the coronavirus, Apple still has some big things in store for the rest of 2020. While the next lineup of iPhones is the headliner, it looks like they have some new models of several of their other devices in the works that we could potentially be hearing about relatively soon.
The DigiTimes is reporting that Apple will be releasing a new iMac, a 10.8-inch iPad Air, and a bigger iPad Mini in the second half of this year. Considering that we are very close to the second half of the year and WWDC is in the near future, it’s very possible that we get out first look at the redesigned iMac during that event in 10 days.
They go on to say that “Apple’s new offerings for second-half 2020 are likely to include a 10.8-inch iPad Air and a 23-inch iMac device, with prospects to also release an 8.x-inch iPad mini and 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini LED display in the first half of 2021, said the sources.
Apple is also expected to enlarge the size of 2020 iPad Air to 10.8-inch compared to the 10.2-inch one launched in 2019, said the sources, adding that volume production of the new iPad Air is to kick off in the third quarter 2020.
Major panel suppliers for the planned 10.8-inch iPad Air include LG Display, BOE Technology and Sharp, with Radiant being the sole BLU supplier, the sources added.”
This all needs to be taken with a grain of salt for the time being, as it is not the official word from Apple. However, considering the reliability of the sources we’ll be keeping an eye on this one. We’ll bring you more information as it becomes available.