New iPad, MacBook Pros and non-Retina iPad mini Are Predicted
KGI’s Mingchi Kuo has made a series of predictions regarding some of Apple’s products for the upcoming 22nd October event. The main attractions will be the iPads of course. And the sleek and featherweight iPad 5 will be the star of the show. Not only will it be thinner but it will weigh much less than the previous edition.
Furthermore, as far as the iPhone 5S is concerned, it will sport an 8 megapixel camera and a 64 bit A7X processor.
Coming back to the iPad 5, its surface will possess slighter bezels. This is in a manner similar to the iPad Mini. Meanwhile, the iPad Mini will probably feature Retina facility. And this Retina revamping will cause the model to be heavyset in its makeup.
The iPads most probably won’t feature a Gold alternative. Then there are the hues on the iPad Mini which include Space Gray among their repertoire. The MacBook Pro series will integrate a Haswell processor and the latest High Definition camera to boot. The unavailability of Touch ID on the iPad 5 is another marked change that will not go unnoticed.
Apple’s upcoming event will therefore feature several changes although some things will remain the same. The basic plan is to introduce a degree of innovation that stimulates rather than shocks. The optimum amount of novelty is what this sweet spot of technology is all about after all.
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