I hope we can order new watches on Tuesday.
Can't wait for the new iPad. Mine works great and does everything I need, but I'm bored.
I didn’t see anything that hasn’t already been mentioned.
I've looked at these for years. Earlier this year I decided a 12.9 inch iPad Pro with 256GB of memory might interest me but the price I'd be willing to pay for one is $599-
That's what it's worth.
What we can expect is to spend a lot of money over the next several months.
2: Would you want/expect your iPhone to be able to let you know someone else's Air-Tag in near you?
So if an Air-Tag was placed on your person, in your luggage or on your car/bike by someone else, you will be able to see there is one near you at your location and be able to find it?
After the iPhone 4 and original iPad, this would then be only the second time a new processor debuted in an iPad and not in an iPhone.It'll be interesting to see what's in the new Air for sure; traditionally the Air gets a phone SoC. So even if it's a newer generation (A13) or two (A14) than the Pro it'd still have fewer high performance CPU cores and also fewer GPU cores than the beast that is the A12Z. With a new phone SoC it might be faster in single threaded work but overall slower for heavy multimedia workloads and threaded computation (well, it's more complicated but sorta like that) - the domain of the Pro.
I think an A13 would make great sense in the next Air, it would be fast enough and most likely cheaper to buy from TSMC because it's on a slightly older process with more factory capacity available. Good for profit margins.
However Apple likes to surprise and they were never afraid of doing things like giving it an A14, even if it made the Pro look a bit dated for ~6 months to the casual observer. Sometimes they also have new tech (co-processors, etc.) in the latest SoC that they want to get into all devices asap.