The Apple Store just went down, a thing that makes us think for new products, as Apple’s next event is coming next Monday.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman tweeted earlier this week, that Apple was planning updates to iPad and iMac lines ahead of it “showtime” event.
We have been hearing for a few months now that various iPad updates are in the works. This includes an update to the iPad mini, with almost no changes to the external chassis design. The current iPad mini costs $399 and is awkwardly only offered in a 128 GB storage configuration. The new Mini is expected to come with an A10 or A11 processor and hit a lower price point.
There are also reports of a replacement for the 9.7-inch iPad in the wings. Ming-Chi Kuo said the device would sport a 10.2-inch display. An anonymous Twitter leaker recently alluded to the existence of a new 10.2-inch and 10.5-inch iPad.
The current iMac is long in the tooth, but there haven’t really been any reports of a new model until Gurman’s sly tweet this Saturday. However, do not expect the iMac update to feature visual design changes. The external iMac chassis has not changed since 2012.
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