Is The New iPad And New MacBooks Coming In March?

2018-02-07 987 Posted by 3uTools

We have been hearing rumors about a number of new Apple products, these include a new iPad Pro and also some new MacBook computers. According to a recent report, Apple will start launching its new 2018 products from march onward.

Apple is also releasing a new iMac this year although we are expecting that one to land later on in the year. We previously heard that Apple would launch a new iPad with Face ID around the end of 2018.

Is The New iPad And New MacBooks Coming In March?

According to a recent report from Digitimes, Apple will start to roll out its new devices from next month. The news comes from Apple’s supply chain, exactly which devices will launch next month is not known.

“These makers have cutting-edge technologies or have newly tapped into the supply chains of Apple’s consumer devices. Among them, SPT, which boasts pearl bright nickel processing technology, is ready to enjoy sizeable orders from Apple, which will incorporate the technology to process adapters for its new-generation iPhone, iPad and MacBook devices, slated for debut starting in March 2018.” according to Digitimes.

It is possible that Apple intends to launch a number of new iPads this year, so we could see the first of those next month. If Apple does end up anything new next month then we suspect it could be their new MacBook that we have been hearing about recently.

Source: geeky

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