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Tuesday, 6 February 2018

The first release of Apple will be in March

Apple tends to update its product line in a one-year cycle. But a new rumor suggests that the company of the bitten apple will renew some of its products a little earlier this year.

The leaks that have been circulating through the network over the past months indicate that Apple could be planning to launch an iPhone SE 2 and an iPhone X Plus in 2018.

On the other hand, there has also been talk that the Cupertino company will update its line of MacBooks, and launch a redesigned iPad Pro with much finer side bezels , with Face ID and perhaps no start button.

What products will Apple present in March?

From DigiTimes claim that suppliers are ready for new orders from Apple. Apparently, the manufacturing companies will help in the production of the new generation products of iPad, MacBook and Apple Watch.

"Although some Taiwanese manufacturers in the supply chain of the iPhone X were affected by Apple's decision to reduce shipments, other companies such as Career Technology, E & R Engineering, ShunSin Technology and Superior Plating Technology are ready to take advantage of orders of the client to support the production of iPad, MacBook and Apple Watch. "

What's more, the filtration confirms that these manufacturers would incorporate their technology into Apple products for their debut in March 2018.

In March of 2017, Apple introduced a 9.7-inch "low-cost" iPad with a more affordable price, although with a very interesting hardware. In addition, the models (PRODUCT) RED of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were launched , as well as the expansion of the storage capacity of the iPhone SE.

If these rumors are true, the ideal candidate for its launch in March would be a new iPad model . But will the company be ready to update and renew the design of its tablets? Or will they simply present a new low-cost iPad? Everything seems to indicate that the new generation iPhone will arrive in September. But what about the iPhone SE 2?

Source | Macrumors 

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