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Temas de interés It will be the icing on the cake, the event in which Tim Cook will present his last bets to finish the first year of the company with him as CEO. And according to rumors, these bets don’t seem to boil down to a “simple” iPad with a smaller screen. Want proof? Let’s start with our compilation.
- There is even a launch date for the iPad mini: November 2nd. A Friday, the day Apple likes to launch products. Accessory manufacturers have been preparing cases for some time now, which I can support with what I’ve heard from my own sources.
- And watch out, because the current iPad could also get better with the arrival of the Lightning Connector and the occasional improvement in its specifications. Apple would thus set October-November as the iPad’s iteration months. The filtering of the model numbers corroborates this rumor. See 9to5Mac for more details.
- What about the iMac? Everything indicates that it will be even thinner and (logically) more powerful with a new internal layout of its components including support for 8GB RAM modules, but that it would retain its current price (you’d have to confirm that for Spain as things stand) and be launched even the day after the event.
- Let’s move on to Mac mini, a computer that could also be upgraded next Tuesday so that Apple can round out its entire desktop range. All models would be upgraded, including the server, but the current design would be retained. Its launch would be immediate.
- There’s material for the portable range too: the top image is a spy photo of what looks like a 13-inch MacBook Pro with a retinal screen. There are a few more photos that corroborate a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, two Thunderbolt ports and an HDMI port. Their prices would be between 1600 and 2000 dollars.
- I’ll end with a couple of personal speculations to think about for a while: Will we have new keyboards with the new iMac as suggested by the patents some time ago? And isn’t it time to upgrade iWork and iLife? The launch of new desktops on a keynote may be the perfect time to unveil new software versions.