It appears to be another very busy year for Apple when it comes to hardware, and some new information from one of the best-known forecasters in the business offers new indications of what to expect in the coming months.
Leaking expert Jon Prosser took to Twitter to announce that the long-awaited Apple AirTags will finally be released this March; Apparently, the curse of postponing a product that we thought would appear in November last year has ended.
These little “tracking tags” will work in much the same way as the Tile products currently on the market, as well as the Galaxy SmartTags that Samsung released very recently. The fact is that its function is to help you locate your lost objects and many other things, in an essential way.
Prosser has also dropped a hint that a couple of products will possibly be unveiled alongside the Apple AirTags in March, which would leave this product without a launch event of its own. Admittedly, in March of last year, Apple announced a new iPad Pro and a new MacBook Air at the same time, but did not host any events.
AirTags are still on for March. Haven’t heard of any further delays this time. 🤞February 12, 2021
The following tweets from Prosser suggest that an iPad Pro update may be scheduled for March as well, based on what he has heard; We’ve already covered quite a few rumors about what the iPad Pro 2021 might bring with it previously, and the possibility of a March launch had already been raised.
The last icing on the cake in this particular Twitter thread has been that, apparently, Touch ID will be present again in the flagship iPhone this year. Again, this is something that has become the subject of speculation over the past few months, with some sources even predicting that the iPhone 13 will have a fingerprint sensor built into the display.
The new iPhone models are scheduled to debut in September as usual, but Apple is supposed to share many other devices before that date, including Apple AirTags and new versions of iPad Pro tablets, if Prosser’s sources. they end up being right about what is to come.
We are also patiently awaiting the arrival of Apple glasses, which are said to be intended for augmented reality applications that combine the physical and digital worlds. However, smart specs on this technology are unlikely to arrive before 2022.