New iPads are expected to be the main focus at Apple’s “Spring Loaded” special event, according to Wedbush analysts Daniel Ives and Strecker Backe, who suggested in a note to investors that Apple will finally show its updated iPad Pro, new iPad mini and an updated entry-level iPad on Tuesday.
According to the note, seen by MacRumors, although the focus will be on iPads, we may see “a few surprises” thrown in, which could be a hint that the long-awaited and long-rumoured Apple AirTags making a debut, or possibly updated iMacs with new M-series silicon.
The analysts say the new iPad Pro, expected to get “significant changes” with a new mini-LED display, “A14X” processors and possibly a Thunderbolt port, will have “modest price increases” over the current models, while the entry-level iPad and the iPad mini will see “consistent pricing,” it is said.
Apple is rumored to unveil a new “Podcasts+” subscription service during the event, marking the first time creators will be able to monetize their content through the Apple Podcasts platform.
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