Ming-Chi Kuo offers a calendar of Apple product launches

The most important guru related to Apple, Ming-Chi Kuo has recently spoken in order to give details and dates of the products that the company would present in the next months. If it is true that this analyst has sometimes got everything right thanks to his sources close to the production chain but on other occasions he has left us with only long teeth.

As we said, Ming-Chi Kuo recently published a research note in the Economic Daily News where he outlined the products that Apple will launch in the coming years, betting on a new 15- to 17-inch MacBook Pro in mid 2021 and a new 10-inch iPad at 12″ in late 2020 or early 2021.

Ming-Chi Kuo offers a calendar of Apple product launches
Ming-Chi Kuo offers a calendar of Apple product launches

Source: Apple

These two products are in addition to the report that was published a few months ago where he spoke of a nu eva screen of 31.6″ with a 6K resolution that should see the light in the coming months . This external monitor with this quality would make sense to be released at the end of the year, when Apple finally presents the new modular Mac Pro. We must remember that this equipment does not incorporate in its packaging any kind of monitor and that is why we believe they should add some kind of quality support that we can connect to this Mac Pro. The quality of this monitor would be quite good because according to Ming-Chi Kuo would be built with miniLEDs.

Regarding the new MacBook Pro, the guru informed that Apple would present a completely new design. It may end up incorporating innovative technologies, a better keyboard and who knows if it will be compatible with Face ID.

As far as the iPad is concerned, he hasn’t given too many details, and we can’t imagine how they can improve this equipment unless they keep trimming the frames and add some kind of technology that we have right now on the iPhone. What we do hope is that iOS 13 will open a new door to these devices to make them much better.

Leave us in the comment box what you think of this release schedule proposed by Ming-Chi Kuo.

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