What to Expect from Apple This Week [Updated]

Update at 8:43 a.m. PT: Beats Solo 4 expected to release no earlier than than in a few weeks. This was reported by a source familiar with the situation. There's no word yet on when to expect the new iPads to arrive.

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reported that Apple stores are planning a small update this week, but he believes it will be related to a new accessory rather than a major new product.

Mark Bloomberg's Gurman reports that Apple stores are planning a small update this week.

p>He says a larger update is expected next week, and it looks like we can point to the new iPads we're expecting to announce any day, along with the just announced M3 MacBook Air &# 8230;

Beats Solo 4 headphones may be a new accessory

Gourmet not gives no clue as to what this new accessory might be, but we recently found images of the unannounced Beats Solo 4 inside the latest iOS 17.4 build files.

Of course, a Solo 3 update is long overdue.

It's been a long time since Apple introduced the Beats Solo 3, or rather, it was introduced in September 2016 along with the first generation of AirPods. These were the first Beats headphones to feature the Apple W1 chip for quick pairing with Apple devices.

The new model will be equipped with USB-C and support for Spatial Audio. Images we've discovered suggest the new model will be available in black, blue and pink.

New Models iPad Pro

Gurman previously suggested that the new iPads we're expecting will be announced in a press release rather than at a presentation. MacRumors said it was backed by its own source, with announcements expected this week.

We're expecting new iPad Pro models with OLED screens.

The biggest change in the new iPad Pro models will be the transition to OLED screens. Currently, the 11-inch iPad Pro uses a conventional backlit LCD screen. In fact, the 11-inch iPad Pro has used the same display panel since it was first introduced in 2018. […]

This year, the entire iPad Pro lineup will be combined with OLED displays for first time. This will also mark the first time Apple will use OLED displays outside of the iPhone and Apple Watch. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro could also get a little bigger this year, with the screen size increasing to 13 inches.

A new version of the Magic Keyboard for iPad is expected to be added to this. , with a more durable aluminum frame and more like a MacBook.

New iPad Air

Although The iPad Air will use LCD screens, and we expect to see a new 12.9-inch model—the first time you can buy an iPad that size without opting for a Pro model.

We're also expecting a new camera bump, still with one rear camera, but with the addition of flash.

Images: 9to5Mac

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