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Apple rumoured to be launching six new Mini-LED devices this year

By Kenny Yeo - on 4 Mar 2020, 9:34am

Apple rumoured to be launching six new Mini-LED devices this year

(Image source: 9to5 Mac)

Noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said a new investor today that Apple will be releasing six new products this year with mini-LED displays.

The most significant of the six is arguably a new 14.1-inch MacBook Pro which Kuo says this will replace the 13-inch model in the MacBook Pro lineup. 

It will feature a mini-LED display with thinner bezels and it will also come with Apple's new scissor-switch Magic Keyboard – first seen on the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

And according to Kuo, the other five products with mini-LED displays are the following:

  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro
  • 10.2-inch iPad
  • 7.9-inch iPad Mini
  • 16-inch MacBook Pro
  • 27-inch iMac Pro

Unfortunately, Kuo doesn't give any specific dates on when these products will drop other than the iMac Pro, which he believes will arrive in Q4.

There have been rumours that Apple will hold a media event at the end of March to announce a new iPhone and possibly also new iPads and MacBook Pros.

However, given the rapidly changing global landscape because of the novel coronavirus, it remains to be seen if such an event would still go ahead.

Many events have already been cancelled or postponed because of coronavirus. GDC 2020 and GTC 2020 will now be digital-only events, FaceBook has cancelled its F8 conference, and Google just announced that it's cancelling its headline I/O event this year.

Source:   9to5 Mac