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Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed a host of upcoming devices that the firm may launch this year.
Talking to 9to5Mac, Kuo noted that the company is set to release three new iPhones, a display monitor and an updated 16 inch Macbook Pro, just to name a few.
While the Macbook Pro is said to feature “an all new design”, the iPhones reportedly stick to the same screen size of the brand’s current XS and XR range.
The iPhones are also rumoured to feature “frosted glass casing, bilateral wireless charging for charging other devices, upgraded Face ID with a higher power flood illuminator, larger batteries, and a triple camera design”.
Kuo’s claims further mentions a 31 inch 6K monitor with backlight design and new iPad Pros and Mini with upgraded processors.
Though there is no confirmation from Apple itself, and there likely won’t be, 9to5Mac believes that Apple may reveal some of these devices in March, at an event which may also see the company’s new news service.
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