A well reputed leaker have revealed that Apple is going to hold 2 events in Q3, 2020. The first event to take place on September 8, the iPhone 12 series, Apple Watch series 6 and a New iPad are expected to reveal in the September Keynote 2020 event. The event will be online only due to current COVID-19 pandemic situation.
iPhone 12 series, Apple Watch Series 6, AirPower and iPad is expected to launch in September Apple Keynote 2020 event
The Apple related products leaker @ihacktu have posted on Twitter that the second event on October 27 will reveal the Apple Silicon powered MacBook, iPad Pro, MacBook Pro and a new Apple Glass as well.
Apple is also expected to release its long awaited AirPower charging pad as well in the September Apple Keynote 2020 event. It was first announced in 2017 that Apple is working on a charging mat to simultaneously charge the iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch.
Due to the requirement of placing too many charging coils so that the users can place their wireless charging enabled Apple devices on the surface of the mat. The challenges in overlapping design of the charging coils, the prototype devices were heating up too much. Later the project got cancelled.
According to a Apple Insider report, leaker Jon Prosser have said that a A11 chip powered “C68” prototype is being tested and the project is not dead yet. However, It is very less likely that the AirPower would debut in 2020.
What to expect in September Apple Keynote 2020 ?
iPhone 12 series lineup is expected to have 4 variants including a smaller 5.4″ iPhone 12, 6.1 inch iPhone 12 Plus, a 6.1 inch iPhone Pro and a 6.8 inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. All the models are expected to carry an OLED display and 5G connectivity. The iPhone 12 and 12 Plus are tipped to carry a dual-camera setup and 4GB RAM while the Pro variants to have a 6GB RAM with a triple lens camera and a higher refresh rate display.
In the wearable category, It is expected to release Apple Watch series 6 with a bigger battery and some smaller improvements. Also a 10.8″ iPad and a iPad Mini is also with a 20W fast charger for both the models. It is not sure whether Apple would replace the alleged 10.8″ variant with its current 10.2 inch iPad or the 10.5 inch iPad Air.
Currently these are still unconfirmed rumours and we would like to take these leaks with a pinch of salt. Let’s wait and see if we would be able to see more leaks in the coming weeks to confirm.